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59th CONGRESS : : 2d SESSION 

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PREFACE 



This, the eighth number of the Document catalogue (Comprehensive index), 
includes all documents and reports submitted to Congress March 4, 1905, to March 
4, 1907, without regard to the time when they were printed, and, in addition thereto, 
all publications of the Executive Departments, bureaus, and offices of the Govern- 
ment issued during the two fiscal years July 1, 1905, to June 30, 1907. 

At the end of this volume, as in previous numbers, will be found arranged 
in a single alphabet a list of Government authors consisting of those Departments, 
bureaus, and offices of the United States Government which are represented by 
entries in this number of the Document catalogue. In addition to this, the same 
material is arranged in another list by Executive Departments, independent offices, 
etc., with alphabetical lists of subordinate bureaus and offices under each. .In 
these arrangements will be found also alphabetical lists of the Senate and House 
committees that submitted reports during this Congress. 

For the benefit of readers who may not have at hand the previous volumes 
of the catalogue, the following statements are made relative to the style of expressing 
titles of documents or reports. When a document has a title-page or a distinctive 
heading the wording of the catalogue entry follows exactly the order of words 
contained therein. Words are omitted without indicating the omission in any way; 
but if insertions are made or the order of words altered such changes are indicated 
by brackets. Committee reports have no titles, and for these reports the catalogue 
entry follows a conventional wording incorporating the distinctive title of the bill 
or joint resolution on which the report is made. Simple and concurrent resolutions 
have no title, therefore catalogue entries for reports on them are made up so as to 
give the subject-matter of the report. When a title is amended in committee the 
amended title is chosen. A conventional wording is used for titles of pension 
reports and a few others. 

The date used in entries for Congressional documents, if year, month, and day 
are specified, refers to the date when the document was ordered printed ; but if the 
year only is specified it refers to the time of publication. Unless otherwise indi- 
cated, annual reports are designated by fiscal years, which always end with June 30 
of each calendar year. The date of the fiscal year covered by an annual report 
is followed by the date of publication. In citing an annual report the fiscal year 
covered by the report is used and not the year of publication. 



August Donath, 
Superintendent of Documents. 



Government Printing Office, 

Washington, D. C, February 1, 1910. 



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Appendix app. 

Congress Cong. 

Consular cons. 

Department Dept. 

Document doc. 

Executive ex. 

Facsimile, facsimiles facsim. 

Folio f° 

House bill H. 

House concurrent resolution H. C. R. 

House document H. doc. 

House joint resolution H. J. R. 

House report H. rp. 

House resolution (simple) H. R. 

Illustration, illustrations il. 

Inch, inches : in. 

Latitude lat. 

Leaf, leaves 1. 

Longitude long. 

Mile, miles m. 

Nautical mile naut. m. 

Number, numbers no., nos. 

Octavo 6' 

Page, pages p. 

Part, parts pt., pts. 

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Plate, plates pi. 

Portrait, portraits por. 

Quarto 4° 

Report rp. 

Saint St. 

Section, sections sec. 

Senate bill S. 

Senate concurrent resolution S. C. R. 

Senate document S. doc. 

Senate joint resolution S. J. R. 

Senate report S. rp. 

Senate resolution (simple) S. R. 

Session sess. 

Sixteenmo 16° 

Statutes at large Stat. L. 

Supplement sup. 

Table, tables tab. 

Thirtytwo-mo 32° 

Treasury Treas. 

Twelvemo 12° 

Twentyfour-mo 24° 

Versus v ., vs. 

Volume, volumes v. 

Yard, yards yd., yds. 



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A. I~ A. portrait index, index to portraits con- 
tained in printed books and periodicals, com- 
piled with cooperation of many librarians and 
others for publishing board of AmericanLibrary 
Association; edited by William Coolidge Lane 
and Nina £. Browne. 1906. lxxv + 1601 p. 
(Library of CongresB.) 

Same [circular announcement of publication and 
price]. [1906.] lp.4° (Library of Congress.) 

Aaron, Michael. 

Cbanky, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 11161, to increase 
pension of Aaron. Apr. 30, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3671, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2078. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11161, to increase pen- 
sion of Aaron. May 21, 1906 . 2 p. (S. rp. 
3665, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2078. 

Abaca. 

Edwards, H. T. Abaci, manila hemp. (In 
Philippine Commission. 7th report, 1906 
[with reports of departments, bureau officers, 

1906, etc.]. 1907. pt. 3, p. 533-546.) 

Same. (In Philippine Islands, Agricul- 
ture Bureau. Bulletins and circulars on hemp, 
maguey, jute, and other fiber plants [in Philip- 
pine Islands].) (This is Farmers' bulletin 12, 
Philippine Islands, Agriculture Bureau. Ap- 
pearea separately in English and in Spanish in 
Document catalogue of the 58th Congress.] 

Philippine Islands. Agriculture Bureau. 
Propagating abaci from seed. (In Philippine 
Commission. 7th report, 1906 [with reports of 
departments, bureau officers, 1906, etc.]. 

1907. pt. 3, p. 662, 663.) 

Same. (In Philippine Islands, Agriculture 

Bureau. Bulletins and circulars on hemp, 
maguey, jute, and other fiber plants [in Philip- 
pine Islands].) 

Same. (In Philippine Islands, Agriculture 

Bureau. Press bulletin 8. Manila, 1906. p. 
5,6.) 

Abandoned and captured property. 

Clapp, M. E. Report from Committee on 
Claims, amending by substitute S. 1751, to 
revive and amend act for collection of aban- 
doned property and acts amendatory. May 2, 
1906. 10 p. (S. rp. 3290, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 2; 4905.) 



Abandoned and captured property— Cont'd. 
Mahon, T. M. Report from Committee on War 
Claims, favoring H. 25400, to give Court of 
Claims jurisdiction of claims for captured and 
abandoned property which was sold and pro- 
ceeds thereof placed in Treasury of United 
States. Feb. 7, 1907. 7 p. (H. rp. 7540, 
69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; «06«.) 

See also references under Claims Committee, 
House — references under Claims Committee, 
Senate — references under War Claims Com- 
mittee — names of claimants. 

Abandoned military reservations. See Mili- 
tary reservations. 

Abandoned naval reservations. See Naval 
reservations. 

Abbatoirs. • See Slaughtering. 

Abbe, Cleveland. 

Atmospheric effects in astronomical observations. 
(In Monthly weather review, Mar. 1906. June 
13, 1906. v. 34, p. 117, 118.) 

Bells as barometers. (In Monthly weather re- 
view, Mar. 1907. May 29, 1907. v. 35, p. 
127, 128.) 

Changes of latitude and climate. (In Monthly 

weather review, Dec. 1906. Mar. 1, 1907. v. 

34, p. 559-561.) 
Clayden's cloud studies. (In Monthly weather 

review, Dec. 1906. Mar. 1, 1907. v. 34, p. 

580, 581.) 

Cloud banners. (In Monthly weather review, 
Apr. 1906. June 28, 1906. v. 34, p. 158.) 

Convection theory of whirlwinds. (In Monthly 
weather review, Apr. 1906. June 28, 1906. v. 
34, p. 164, 165.) 

Drought and atmospheric electricity. (In 
Monthly weather review, Mar. 1906. June 13, 
1906. v. 34, p. 121, 122.) 

8th International Geographic Congress {list of 
papers bearing upon meteorology contained in 
report of congress]. (In Monthly weather re- 
view, Mar. 1906. June 13, 1906. v. 34, p. 
118.) 

Eepy's nepheloecope. (In Monthly weather re- 
view, Mar. 1907. May 29, 1907. v. 35, p. 
123.) 

1st report on relations between climates and 
crops [with bibliography]. 1905. 386 p. 
(Weather Bureau. Bulletin 36.) 

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Abbe, Cleveland — Continued. 
Indexing of marine reports. (In Monthly 

weather review, Apr. 1906. June 28, 1906. 

v. 34, p. 159.) 
Land and sea winds [review of Land and sea winds 

of Baltic coast of Germany, by Max. Kaiser]. 

(In Monthly weather review, Oct. 1906. Jan. 

4, 1907. v. 34, p. 460, 461.) 
Long-range seasonal forecasts for south Africa. 

(In Monthly weather review, Feb. 1907. May 

8, 1907. v. 35, p. 72, 73.) 
Meteorology in Austria. (In Monthly weather 

review, Nov. 1906. Feb. 2, 1907. v. 34, p. 

519, 520.) 

Pressure and rainfall over Indian monsoon area. 
( In Monthly weather review, Apr. 1906. June 
28, 1906. v. 34, p. 161, 162.) 

Problems in mixtures of air and vapor [with 
notes by Charles F. von Herrmann]. (In 
Monthly weather review, Jan. 1907. Apr. 10, 
1907. v. 35, p. 19-22.) 

Storm and hurricane insurance in West Indies. 
(In Monthly weather review, Apr. 1906. June 
28,1906. v. 34, p. 158.) 

Tornado in Australia. (In Monthly weather re- 
view, May, 1906. Aug. 22, 1906. v. 34, p. 
227, 228.) 

Wet and dry chinooks [abstract of newspaper 
correspondence]. (In Monthly weather re- 
view, Apr. 1907. June 24, 1907. v. 35, p. 
176, 177.) 

Zodiacal light, is it meteorological or astronom- 
ical? (In Monthly weather review, Mar. 1906. 
June 13, 1906. v. 34, p. 131.) 
See also, as editor, Weather Bureau, Monthly 
weather review. 

Abbe, Cleveland, jr. Climate [of Alaska]. (In 
Geological Survey. Professional paper 45. 
1906. p. 133-200, 1 pi. map.) 

Abbey, George J. 
Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22562, to increase pen- 
sion of Abbey. Feb. 20, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
7030, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2759. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 22562, to in- 
crease pension of Abbey. Jan. 28, 1907 . 2 p. 
(H. rp. 6771, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2759. 

Abbot, Anna Bryant. See, as secretary of board 
of lady visitors, District of Columbia, Columbia 
Hospital for Women and Lying-in Asylum. 

Abbot, Charles Greeley. Recent progress in 
astronomical research. (In Smithsonian In- 
stitution. Report, 1906. 1907. p. 161-171, 
1 il. 2 p. of pi.) 
Same, separate. 1907. p. 161-171, 1 il. 2 p. of 
pi. (Smithsonian Institution. [Publication] 
1749.) 

See also, as acting director, Astrophysical Ob- 
servatory. 

Abbot, Frederic Vaughan. See, as acting chief 
of engineers, Engineer Department. 

Abbot, Henry Larcom. 
Discussion of hydraulics of Cbagres River in its 
relation to Panama Canal. (In Isthmian 
Canal Commission, 1904-. Panama Canal. 
1905. pt. 2, p. 159-177, il.) 



Abbot, Henry Larcom — Continued. 
Hydraulics of Panama Canal. (In Panama Canal, 
■ Board of Consulting Engineers for. Report, 
with appendixes. 1906. p. 185-191, 1 if.) 

Rainfall and outflow above Bohio, in valley of 
the Chagres. (In Monthly weather review, 
Feb. 1907. May 8, 1907. v. 35, p. 74,75.) 

See also, as member, Panama Canal, Board of 
Consulting Engineers for. 

Abbott, Alvtn. 

Bbadlet, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1828, to increase 



pension of Abbott. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. (H 
rp. 901, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1506. 



Burnhah, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 1828, to increase pension . 
of Abbott. Jan. 15, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 171, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1506. 

Abbott, Charles S. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22620, to increase pension 
of Abbott. Feb. 6, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6291, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2545. 
Sullowat, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 22620, to in- 
crease pension of Abbott. Jan. 14, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 6375, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2545. 

Abbott, James Francis. See Fish and fisheries. 

Abbott, Manning. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11367, to increasepen- 
sion of Abbott. Apr. 26, 1906. 1 p. (ST rp. 
2973, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1886. 
Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 11367, to in- 
crease pension of Abbott. Apr. 10, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 3141, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1886. 

Abbott, W. L. See Bats— Mammals. 

Abbott, William A. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings in case of Mary J. Abbott, widow of 
William J. [A.] Abbott. Dec. 10, 1906. 2 p. 
(S. doc. 118, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 3; 6070.) 

Abby, brig. 

Court of Claims. Findings in case of brig, Har- 
ding Williams, master. Apr. 24, 1906. 2 p. 
(S. doc. 402, 59th Cong, lstsees. In v. 7;4815.) 
Letter requesting return of letters of cer- 
tification as to schooner Lucy, Eliakim Ben- 
ham, master, sloop Hawk, Joseph Hart, mas- 
ter, brig Abby, Harding Williams, master. 
Jan. 31, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 632, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 53; «1«6.) 
Abdominal aorta. See Aneurisms. 
Abegg, Carl. Port de Paix [1905]. (In Com- 
mercial relations, 1905. 1906. p. 304.) 
Same^[1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1008}. 

Abel, John D. 

Loudensxager, H. C- Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, favoring S. 7919, to increase 
pension of Abel. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
7402, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
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Abel, John D. — Continued. 
Shoot, Rbbd. Report from Committee an Pen- 
sion*, amending 8. 7819, to increase pension 
of Abel. Jan. 28, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5662, 
50th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2466. 

Abel, Mrs. Mary Hinman. 
Beans, peas, and other legumes as food. Revised 
Nov. 15, 1906. 1906. 38 + ii p. 10 il. (Ex- 
periment Stations Office; Agriculture Dept., 
Farmers' bulletin 121.) 
Sugar as food. Revised Nov. 15, 1906. Dec. 
21, 1906. 31 p. (Experiment Stations Office; 
Agriculture Dept., Farmers' bulletin 93.) 

Abernethy, John J. Court or Claims. Find- 
ings in case of Helen S. and Charles H. Aber- 
nethy, heirs of John [J.] Abernethy. Jan. 25, 
1907. 2 p. (S. doc. 246, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 5; 5078.) 

Abigail, sloop. Court op Claims. Conclusions 
of law and fact in French spoliation cases re- 
lating to sloop, Silas Jones, master. Mar. 19, 
1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 638, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 49; 4989.) 

Able, G. D. See, as administrator, Rutherford 
Catherine J. 

Able, John D., misprint. See Abel. 

Abney, Mrs. Julia A. 
Aiken, Wtatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 18903, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Abney. May 17, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 4236, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2202. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18903, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Abney. June 6, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 4143, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2202. 

Aborigines. See Indians— Porto Bico — West In- 
dies. 

Abraham Lincoln, Fort. See Linooln, Fort. 
Abrasive materials. 

Geological Survey. Investigations relating 
to abrasive materials, [calendar year] 1906 
[with bibliography]. (In Geological Survey. 
Bulletin 315. 1907. p. 438-448.) 

Same, separate. 

Pratt, J. H. Production of abrasive materials, 
[calendar year] 1904. 1905. 25 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1904. 1905. p. 995-1015.) 

Same, 1905. 1906. 21 p. 

Same. (In same, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 

1069-85.) 

Abridgment of public documents transmitted to 
Congress, 1905. 1906. 2 v. iii + 2204 p. il. 
Same, 1906, with title, Abridgment, 1906; mes- 
sage of President to Congress, 59th Congress, 
2d session, with reports of Departments [1906] 
and selections from accompanying papers. 
1907 . 2 v. iii + 2200 p. [v. 1 for each year 
contains message of President and reports of 
Secretary of Treasury, Secretary of War, Phil- 
ippine Commission [1900-], Governor-General 
Philippine Islands, Isthmian Canal Commis- 
sion, and Attorney-General, v. 2 for each 
year contains reports of Secretary of Navy, 
Secretary of Interior, Secretary of Agriculture, 
Secretary of Commerce and Labor, and Inter- 
state Commerce Commission.] 



Abscess. See lumbar abscess. 
Absentee Shawnee Indians. See Shawnee In- 
dians. 

Aburatsu, Japan. Hydrographic Office. Ap- 
proaches to Aburatsu and Tonoura, Kiushu, 
east coast, Japan; from- Japanese survey in 
1903; chart 2232. Scale naut. m. = 4 in. 
July, 1905. 25.8 X 18.4 in. 

Abyssinia. 

Manufactures Bureau. Abyssinia. (In Com- 
mercial relations, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 373- 
377.) 

Mowrbr, F. R. Abyssinia, railroad and cara- 
van route. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 133, 134.) 

Kingdom of Abyssinia made accessible by 

railway. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 29, 30.) 

Skinner, R. P. Abyssinia. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 55-58.) 
Acacia decurrens. See Wattle trees. 
Academies, learned societies. See names of socie- 
ties. 

Academy of Sciences, National. See National 

Academy of Sciences. 
Acanthacese. 

Clarke, C. B. 5, Philippine acanthaceee. (In 
Philippine Islands, Laboratories Bureau, Gov- 
ernment. [Publication] 35. Manila, 1905 
[published 1906]. p. 89-93.) 

New Philippine acanthaceee. (In Philip- 

?iine journal of science, Sept. 1906. Manila, 
906. v. 1, sup. 4, p. 247-249.) 
Acarina. See Mites. 

Accident bulletin. See Interstate Commerce 

Commission. 
Accident insurance. See Insurance. 
Accidents. See Indemnity. 
Accidents, Railroad. See Railroad aocldents. 
Accidents to mail trains. See Hallway Mail 

Service. 
Accounts. 

Comptroller of Treasury. Certification of 
administrative examination of accounts. June 
22,1906. 2 p. 4° (Treasury Dept. Dept. cir- 
cular 51, 1906.) 

Decisions, v. 12, 1906, containing decisions 

by Robert J. Tracewell and Leander P. 
Mitchell. 1906. xvi + 983 p. (Treas. Dept. 
doc. 2432.) 

Same, v. 12, pt. 1, July-Sept. 1905. 1905. 

vi + 1-189 + xiv p. 
Same, pt. 2, Oct.-Dec. 1905. 1905 [1906). 

vi + 189-381 + xviii p. 

Same, pt. 3, Jan.-Mar. 1906. 1906. vii + 

381-585 + xxviii p. 
Same, v. 13, July 1, 1906-June 30, 1907. 

1907. xviii + 1022 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 

2467.) 

Same, pt. 1, July-Sept. 1906. 1906. vii + 

1-260 + lx p. 
Same, pt. 2, Oct.-Dec. 1906. 1906 [1907]. 

vii + 260-429 + xxxvi p. 

Same, pt. 3, Jan.-Mar. 1907. 1907. vii + 

429-656 + xxx p. 
— — Method of rendering and stating accounts. 

May 24, 1906. 3 p. 4° (Treasury Dept. Dept. 

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Accounts — Continued. 
Comptroller op Treasury. Sales by one De- 
partment, bureau, or office to another. June 11, 
1906. lp.4° (Treasury Dept. Dept. circular 
48, 1906.) 

Treasury bookkeeping. June 17, 1907. 7 

p. 4° (Treasury Dept. Dept. circular 38, 1907.) 

Department Methods Committee. Report on 
assembling disbursing officers' checks and 
vouchers and verification of disbursing officers' 
balances. [Jan. 9, 1907.] 16 p. 4° 

Report on cost keeping in Government 

service [with bibliography]. [Dec. 29, 1906.] 
22 p. 4° 

Justice Department. Instructions to United 
States marshals relative to preparation and 
rendition of consolidated accounts and changes 
in method of keeping official records. Nov. 
24, 1906. 7 p. 

Same. Feb. 26, 1907. (In S. doc. 396, p. 

311-314, 59th Cong. 2d sees., in v. 17; 6084.) 

Treasury Department. Reports _ from ac- 
counting officers as to delinquencies in ren- 
dering accounts [and officers who have failed 
to pay balances, 1905]. Jan. 5, 1906. 14 p. 
(H. doc. 312, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 46; 
4986.) 

Same, with title, Reports [from accounting 

officers] of delinquencies of officers in accounts 
and balances [19061. Jan. 7, 1907. 16 p. 
(H. doc. 414, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 51; 
•164.) 

See also Customs Service — Finance — Municipali- 
ties — Officers, Army — Public lands, States — 
Public moneys. For accounts of the several 
Departments, bureaus, etc., see their names. 

Accounts and Disbursements Division. 
Expenditures of Department of Agriculture, 

1906. [1906.] 294 p. 
Report of chief, 1905. (In Agriculture Dept. 

Reports, 1905. 1905 [1906]. p. 317-326.) 

Same, separate. 1905. iii + 317-326 p. 

Same, 1906. Dec. 15, 1906. 36 p. 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 419-450.) 
Accounts Committee. Cassel, H. B. Report 
from Committee on Accounts, favoring H. R. 
800, for stenographer to committee during re- 
mainder of session. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7536, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) 

See also, for reports on private bills or resolu- 
tions: 

Bell, E. D. Kenney, James X. 

Black, Isa McQann, Joseph H. 

Bowman, Robert, jr. Norton, Florence Q. 

Campbell, Fred H. Pierce, Edwin S. 

Casaidy, James E. Robinson, Henry 

Be Lario, Louis Scott, W. P. 

Gauss, Herman Stewart, J. C. 

Hamilton, Charles A. Sumner, Charles J. 

Harmer, George W. Terry, L. Seward 

Heldt, Daniel G., Jr. Thomas, D. P. [2] 

Hlckling, Daniel P. Tompkins, B. E. 

Hiden, J. G. Vasquez, B. L. 

H1H, Isaac B. Wakefield, Nellie M. 

Horton, B. B. Wasson, William H. H. 

Kennedy, Bert W. Webb, Homer B. 

See also, for reports on public bills, resolutions, 
etc., Agriculture Department, Accounts — En- 
rolled Bills Committee, House [a]— Expendi- 
tures is Navy Department Committees-House 



Accounts Committee— Continued. 

of Representatives, Clerk— House of Repre- 
sentatives, Clerks — House of Representatives, 
Cloak-room — House of Representatives, Com- 
mittees—House of Representatives, Disburs- 
ing clerks [2] — House of Representatives, 
Document room [2]— House of Representatives, 
Employees [8]— House of Representatives, En- 
rolling olerk— House of Representatives, File 
clerk— House of Representatives, Files [21— 
House of Representatives, Folding room [2J — 
House of Representatives, Heating and ven- 
tilating department— House of Representa- 
tives, Janitors — House of Representatives, 
Journal clerk [2] — House of Representatives, 
Hinorlty room— House of Representatives, 
Pages [2] — House of Representatives, Post- 
office — House of Representatives, Press gal- 
lery [2] — House of Representatives, Speaker — 
House of Representatives, Stationery olerk — 
House of Representatives, Telegraph opera- 
tors — House of Representatives, Water— Im- 
migration and Naturalization Committee — 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, 
Clerks [2]— Irrigation of Ariel Lands Com- 
mittee — Laws, Committee on Revision of 
[8]— Naval Affairs Committee, House— Pat- 
ents Committee, House, Clerk — Pensions. 
Committee, Rouse — Rivers and Harbors Com- 
mittee — Territories Committee, House. 

Accra, Gold Coast. See Akkra. 

Acetic acid. Hartwell, B. L., and Kellogg, 
J. W. Notes on use of acetic and oxalic acid 
for extracting charred material in preparing 
ash. (In Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 99. 
1906. p. 144-146.) 

Acetone. Bacon, R. F., and Freer, P. C. 
Action of sodium on acetone. (In Philippine 
journal of science, Feb. 1907. Manila, 1907. 
v. 2, no. 1, [series] A, p. 67-76.) 

Acetylene. Ross, Albert. Report on use of 
acetylene gas by Canadian government as illu- 
minant for aids to navigation. 1907. 26 p. 
9 il. (Light-House Board.) 

Acheson, Ernest Francis, Representative from 
Pennsylvania. Costa Rica and banana trade. 
(In American Republics Bureau. Monthly 
bulletin. 1907. v. 24, p. 1125-29.) [From 
Observer, Washington, Pa., Apr. 8, 1907.] 

Achey, Ephraim D. 
Calderbead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 1143, to in- 
crease pension of Achey. June 1, 1906. 2p. 
(H. rp. 4603, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2155. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 1143, to increase pension of 
Achey. June 13, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 4279, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2155. 

Acid soil. See SoU. 

Acker, Dillon F. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 10308, to in- 
crease pension of Acker. Jan. 18, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 279, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1613. 
Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 10308, to increase pension 
of Acker. Feb. 13, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 892, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 
34, pt. 2, p. 1613. 



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Ackeriey, Albert J. 

Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 12240, to increase pen- 
sion of Ackeriey. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S.rp. 
6779, 69th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2608. 

Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 12240, to increase 
pension of Ackeriey. Jan. 28,1907 . 2p. (H. 
rp. 6878, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2608. 

Ackerman, Frederick Q. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 25016, to increase pen- 
sion of Ackerman. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. (8. 
rp. 7243, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2801. 

Suixoway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 26016, to in- 
crease pension of Ackerman. Feb. 7, 1907. 
1 p. (H. rp. 7521, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
E} Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2801. 
Ackert, William H. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 6109, to increase 
pension of Ackert. Jan. 29, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 601, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1583. 

La Foixette, R. M . Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 6109, to increase pension 
of Ackert. Feb. 20, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1126, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1583. 
Ackley, Mrs. Emily V. 

Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 22280, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Ackley. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5636, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2403. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22280, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Ackley. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 5344, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2403. 
Ackley, John F. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 8038, to increase 
pension of Ackley. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7971, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2786. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from* Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 8038, to increase pension 
of Ackley. Jan. 28, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5593, 
59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2735. 
Ackley, Mrs. Louise. 

Debher, Elias. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 12656, to pension 
Mrs. Ackley. Feb. 20, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1645, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1747. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 12656, to pension Mrs. Ack- 
ley. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2022, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1747. 

Acklin, Christopher. See Coble, B. K., and 
others. 

Acquia Creek. See Aquia Creek. 
Acridia. See Locusts. 



Acting assistant surgeons. See Surgeons. 

Actinometry. See Solar radiation. 

Actinomycosis. See Lumpy-jaw. 

Action. See Force and energy. 

Actions at law. See Canal Zone, Isthmus of 
Panama — Panama. 

Active, schooner, Drummond, master. Court or 
Claims. Conclusions of law and fact in French 
spoliation cases relating to schooner, Patrick 
Drummond, master. Feb. 9, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
doc. 485, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 47; 4987.) 

Active, schooner, Holbrook, master. Court of 
Claims. Conclusions of law and fact in French 

Soliation cases relating to schooner, Jonathan 
olbrook, master. Dec. 4, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
doc. 92, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 47; 51*0.) 
Active Pass. Hydrographic Opfice. Active 
Pass, B. C, from British survey in 1904; chart 
2326. Scale naut. m.= 5.9 in. Aug. 1906. 
19.2 X 25.6 in. 
Acton, Qeorge C. See Emmons, Bichard, and 
others. 

Acts of Congress. See note under Congress, 
Laws. 

Actuary, Government. See Government An* 
tuary. 

Acuff, St. Clair, alias. See Edwards, Charles. 
Adair, Thomas. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 4735, to in- 
crease pension of Adair. Jan. 20, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 417, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1524. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 4735, to increase pension of 
Adair. Feb. 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 650, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2; 
p. 1524. 

Adair, William. Courts of United States. In 
United States district court for eastern dis- 
trict of Kentucky, United States v. Adair 
[opinion of court, Apr. 1, 1907]. 1907. 30 p. 

Adair, William P. See Vaan, Clement N., and 
Adair, W. P. 

Adairsville, Ga. Lee, Gordon. Report from 
Committee on War Claims, submitting H. R. 
747, to refer H. 18479, for relief of trustees of 
Oothcaloga Baptist Church, Adairsville, to 
Court of Claims. Jan. 14, 1907. lp. (H. rp. 
6219, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 

Adams, Alonco H. Land Opfice, General. 
Estimate of appropriation for payment to 
Adams. June 27, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 513, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 8; 4916.) 

Adams, Brooks. See, as administrator, Abigail, 
sloop — Huldah, schooner— John, brig— Bnby, 
brig. 

Adams, Charles Francis. See, as administrator, 
Active, schooner, Holbrook, master— Amazon, 
ship — Amiable KatUda, brig— Ann, schooner — 
Aurora, schooner— Berkley, brig— Betsey, brig, 
Burnham, master— Betsey, brig, Griffin, mas- 
ter—Betsey, schooner, Cazneau, master— Bet- 
sey, schooner, Patterson, master— Betsey, 
schooner, Sturgis, master— Blossom, brig — 
Catherine, schooner — Chace, ship — Ebenezer, 
ketch — Fame, ship — Jeremiah, schooner — 
John, ship— Juno, brig — Maria, schooner — 
Polly, brig; Waters, master— Polly, schooner, 



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Cutter, master— Polly, sloop— Portland, ship — 
Resolution, sloop — Ruby, brig — Sally, 
schooner — Sally, ship — Triton, schooner — 
Willing Maid, schooner— Young Eagle, ship. 

Adams, Charles H. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings. Mar. 2, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 777, 69th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. 63; S166.) 

Adams, Charles Hall. See, as administrator, 
Lncy, brig. 

Adams, Edward Le Grand. Sweden [1905]. (In 
Commercial relations, 1905. 1906. p. 480-482.) 
Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 
652, 653.) 
Adams, Mrs. Elvina. 
Loudenslager, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 7672, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Adams. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7399, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2455. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 7672, to 
increase pension of Mrs. Adams. Jan. 21, 
1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5146, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2456. 
Adams, Frank. - Distribution and use of water in 
Modesto and Turlock irrigation districts, Cal. 
(In Experiment Stations Office. Bulletin 158. 
1905. p. 93-139, 5 il. 2 pi. map.) 
Same. (In Experiment Stations Office. An- 
nual report of irrigation and drainage investi- 
gations, 1904, no. 3.) 
Adams, George W. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 10686, to increase pension of 
Adams. Apr. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2898, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1884. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 10686, to increase 
pension of Adams. Apr. 7, 1906. 1 p. (H. 

" /. E.) Stat. 



rp. 2953, 59th Cong. 1st t 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1884. 



In v. 



Adams, Henry Carter. Michigan railroad ap- 
praisal, valuation of non-physical elements of 
railway property. (In Census Bureau. Bul- 
letin 21. 1905. p. 78-82.) 
See also, as compiler. Interstate Commerce Com- 
mittee — as statistician, Statistics and Ac- 
counts Division, Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission. 

Adams, Henry Cullen, Representative from Wis- 
consin. 

Congress. Henry Cullen Adams, memorial 
addressee. 1907 . 56 p. 1 por. large 8° 

Same. (H. doc. 809, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 

In v. 104; *807.) 

Henry, W. A. Memorial to Adams. (In Ex- 
periment Stations Office. Bulletin 184. Apr. 
18,1907. p. 36-40.) 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 36-40. (Experi- 
ment Stations Office. [Publication] 990.) 

See also, for report from Committee on Agricul- 
ture, Agricultural experiment stations. 
Adams, Henry Martyn. 

Annual report upon improvement of Erie Har- 
bor, Pa., and of rivers and harbors in western 
New York, 1905. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 
1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 619-627; pt. 3, p. 2369-87.) 



Adams, Henry Martyn — Continued. 
Same, separate. 

Same, 1906. (In same, 1906. 1906. pt. 1, p. 

694-703; pt. 2, p. 1923-i0.) 
Same, separate. 

Annual report upon improvement of harbors on 
Lake Ontario and of St. Lawrence River and 
harbors thereon, N. Y., 1905. (In Engineer 
Dept. Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 627-637; 
pt. 3, p. 2389-2407.) 

Same, separate. 

Same, 1906. (In same, 1906. 1906. pt. 1, p. 

703-712; pt. 2, p. 1941-54.) 
Same, separate. 

Annual report upon improvement of Homochitto 
River, and of rivers and harbors in southern 
Louisiana and eastern Texas, 1906. See 
Mclndoe, James Francis. 

Annual report upon improvement of passes of 
Mississippi River, of bayous Lafourche; Plaque- 
mine, and Teche, and of Grand River and 
Pigeon bayous, La., 1905. See Sears, Clinton 
Brooks. 

Annual report upon improvement of rivers and 
waterways in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, 
Indian Territory, and Mississippi tributary to 
Mississippi River, 1905. See Hoffman, George 
Matthias. 

See also, as commissioner, Mississippi River 
Commission— as engineer, Black River, N.T. — 
Buffalo, M. Y. — Clayton, M. Y.— Morrlstown, 
N. Y. — St. Lawrence River. 

Adams, Herbert Baxter. See, as engineer, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Adams, Jacob. See Jason, brig. 

Adams, James B. 

Keliher, J. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 16878, to increase 
pension of Adams. May 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3864, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2111. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 16878, to increase pension 
of Adams. May 21, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp.3646, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2111. 

Adams, James F. See, as administrator, John, 
brig— Sally, brig, Wadsworth, master. 

Adams, James H. President of United States. 
Executive order [authorizing reinstatement of 
Adams in classified service]. Feb. 20, 1907. 
1 p. f° 

Adams, John R. Fulkerson, F. B. Report 
from Committee on War Claims, submitting H. 
R. 606, to refer H. 15825, for relief of Adams, 
to Court of Claims. May 11, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4069, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 

Adams, Jonathan M. 
Chanet, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 6821, to increase 
pension of Adams. Jan. 8, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6029, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2284. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on. 
Pensions, amending S. 6821, to increase pen- 
sion of Adams. Dec. 10, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
4447, 59th Cong. 3d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2284. 



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Adams, Mrs. Margaret. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 21262, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Adams. Feb. 2, 1907. 1 p. 
?H. rp. 7188, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2643, 

Taliaferbo, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 21262, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Adams. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6865, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2643. 
Adams, Martin L. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 261, to increase 
pension of Adams. Mar. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 1972, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1632. 

Geabin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 251, to increase pension of 
Adams. Feb. 26, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 1318, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B } Stat. 1. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1632. 
Adams, Mrs. Mary E. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 2791, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Adams. Apr. 23, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 3463, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1963. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 2791, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Adams. May 7, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3398, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1963. 
Adams, Milton Butler. Annual report upon 
improvement of Michigan City Harbor, Ind., 
and rivers and harbors on eastern shore of Lake 
Michigan, 1905. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 
1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 553-580; pt. 2, p. 
2155-2220, map.) 

Same, separate. 

Same, 1906. (In same, 1906. 1906. pt. 1, p. 

613-645; pt. 2, p. 1791-1833.) 
Same, separate. 

See also, as engineer, Lake Harbor— Manistee — 
Pentwater. 

Adams, Milward. See, as commissioner, Liege 

Exposition Commissioners. 
Adams, Ralph A. 

Ames, Butler. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 2054, to increase pen- 
sion of Adams. Feb. 8, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
1072, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. h. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1566. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 2054, to increase pen- 
sion of Adams. Feb. 20, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1161, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1566. 

Adams, Richard C. Brief history of Delaware 
Indians. June 22, 1906. 70 p. (S. doc. 501, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 8; 4916.) 

Adams, Robert, jr., Representative from Penn- 
sylvania. See, for reports from Committee on 
Foreign Affairs, Adams, Lizzie B., schooner — 
Consols [2J— Diplomatic service. For con- 
ference report, see Consuls. 

Adams, Sarah. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 12653, to pension Sarah 
Adams. Apr. 28, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3076, 



Adams, Sarah— Continued.- 

59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 84, 
pt. 2, p. 1985. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 12653, to pen- 
sion Sarah Adams. Apr. 10, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3136, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1985. 

Adams, Mrs. Sarah E. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 2090, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Adams. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 2033, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1647. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committeeon 
Pensions, favoring S. 2090, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Adams. Feb. 12, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 867, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1647. 

Adams, Seth. See John, brig — Sally, brig, 
Wadsworth, master. 

Adams, Solomon N. Court op Claims. Find- 
ings in case of James W. Adams [in his own 
right and as heir of Solomon N. Adams]. Dec. 
6, 1905. 2 p. (S. doc. 55, 59th Cong. 1st 
boss. In v. 2; 4910.) 

Adams, Thomas. 

Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22978, to increase pension 
of Adams. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6418, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2554. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 22978, to in- 
crease pension of Adams. Jan. 14, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 6319, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2554. 

Adams, Thomas D. 

Kelihbb, J. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 17922, to in- 
crease pension of Adams. May 5, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 3829, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2093. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 17922, to increase pension of 
Adams. May 21, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3702, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2093. 

Adams, Thomas H. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 23612, to in- 
crease pension of Adams. Feb. 2, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 7216, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2770. 

MoCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 23612, to increase pen- 
sion of Adams. Feb. 27, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
7293, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2770. 

Adams, William. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 19068, to in- 
crease pension of Adams. May 14, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 4174, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. Or.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2205. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19068, to increase pen- 
sion of Adams. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3986, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2205. 



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Adams, William H. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6909, to increase 
pension of Adams. Feb. 19, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7813, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2692. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 6909, to increase pension 
of Adams. Jan. 21, 1907 . 2 p. (8. rp. 5118, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. E. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2692. 

Adams, U. S. S. Equipment Bureau. Cata- 
logue of ship's and crew's libraries of U. S. S. 
Adams. Oct. 1905. 34 p. 12° 

Adams, Lizzie B., schooner. Adams, Robert, 
jr. Report from Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, amending by substitute H. R. 420, 
calling for information relative to reported 
arrest of crew of schooner by authorities of 
Mexico. May 11, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 4099, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 

Adams, Mount. Geological Survey. Wash- 
ington, Mount Adams quadrangle, lat. 46°- 
46* 30', long. 121°-121° 30'. Scale 1:126,000, 
contour interval 100 ft. Edition of Mar. 1907. 
17.5 X 12.2 in. 

Adams-Stokes disease. Dessez, P. T. Case 
of Adams-Stokes disease. (In United States 
naval medical bulletin, Apr. 1907. 1907. 
v. 1, no. 1, p. 39, 40.) 

Adamson, George W. 
Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2949, to increase 



pension of Adamson. Feb. 6, 1906. 2p. (H. 
rp. 953, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1570. 



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Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 2949, to increase pen- 
sion of Adamson. Feb. 19, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 1094, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1570. 
Adamson, William Charles, Representative 
from Georgia. See, for reports from Commit- 
tee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: 
Arkansas Riyer Kentucky Biver 

Brunswick, Oa. Missouri Biver 

Chattahoochee Hirer Pea Biver 

[i] St. Andrews Bay 

Choctawhatchee Biver St. Francis Biver [2] 
Coosa Biver Savannah Biver [9] 

Cumberland Biver [2] Tug Fork 
Dams Tugaloo Biver 

Flint Biver Tazoo Biver [2]. 

For views of minority of Committee on Inter- 
state and Foreign Commerce, signed jointly 
with R. C. Davy et al., see Bailroad employees. 
Addison, Anthony. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings in case of Murray Addison, administrator 
of Anthony Addison. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 497, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 51; 
6164.) 

Addison, James. Court of Claims. Find- 
ing in case of M. A. Jackson, administrator of 
Addison. Feb. 4, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 674, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 53; 5156.) 

Address books. See Business associations. 

Adelotte, Elijah C. 
Holltday, E. S . Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 7374, to increase 
pension of Adelotte. Feb. 2, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7129, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2601. 



Adelotte, Elijah C— Continued. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 7374, to increase pension of 
Adelotte. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6747. 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2601. 
Adirondack Mountains. 
Henry, A. J. _ Variation of precipitation in Adi- 
rondack region. (In Monthly weather review, 
Mar. 1907. May 29, 1907. v. 35, p. 118.) 
Horton, R. E. Adirondack rainfall summit 
(In Monthly weather review, Jan. 1907. Apr. 
10, 1907. v. 35, p. 8-11, 2 il.) 
Adjutant-General's Department. 

Note.— Name changed from Military Secretary's Do- 
partmentto Adjutant-General's Department by act ap- 
proved Mar. 2, 1907. 

Army. Army list and directory, officers of Army, 
Mar. 1907^June, 1907; [noe.l 88-91. large 8° 
[Monthly. For earlier numbers, see Military 
Secretary's Department.] 

Stations of Army, Mar. 30-June 29, 1907. 

Each [2] p. oblong large 8° [Monthly. For 
earlier issues, see Military Secretary's Depart- 
ment.] 

Circulars. [The Office of the Superintendent of 
Documents has been unable to obtain the 
series of numbered circulars for entry in this 
catalogue as the department considers them 
confidential.] 

Enlistment. [Circular] to officers of general re- 
cruiting service [concerning muster of recruit- 
ing parties at general recruiting stations and 
preparation of muster rolls and pay rolls of 
parties]. Apr. 8, 1907. 1 p. 12« 

Same [urging that recruiting be developed 

to utmost extent in every recruiting district]. 
May 7, 1907. 2 p. 12° 

Recruiting for line of Army. Feb. 1907- 

June, 1907. [Mar. 27, 1907-July 16, 1907.] 
12° [Monthly. For earlier numbers, see Mili- 
tary Secretary's Department.] 

Statement of recruiting for line of Army, at 

general recruiting stations and their auxil- 
iaries, during quarter ended Mar. 31, June 30, 
1907. Each 3 p. 12° [For earlier issues, see 
Military Secretary's Department.] 

Orders. General orders. [The Office of the 
Superintendent of Documents has been un- 
able to obtain the series of numbered General 
orders for entry in this catalogue as the depart- 
ment considers them confidential.] 

Special orders. [The Office of die Superin- 
tendent of Documents has been unable to ob- 
tain the series of numbered Special orders for 
entry in this catalogue as the department con- 
siders them confidential.] 

Secretary of War. President of United 
States. Executive order [authorizing F. C. 
Ainsworth, adjutant-general, to act as Secre- 
tary of War during absence of Secretary and 
assistant Secretary, and authorizing J. Frank- 
lin Bell, chief of staff, to act as Secretary during 
absence of Secretary, assistant Secretary, and 
adjutant-general]. Mar. 11, 1907. 1 p. f° 

War Department. Circular [promulgat- 
ing Executive order authorizing F. C. Ains- 
worth, adjutant-general, to act as Secretary of 
War during absence of Secretary and assistant 
Secretary, and authorizing J. Franklin Bell, 
chief of staff, to act as Secretary during absence 
of Secretary, assistant Secretary, and adjutant- 
general]. Mar. 12, 1907. 1 p. 12° 



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Adjutant-Oeneral'a Department— Continued. 
See also, in main alphabet, Military Secretary's 
Department. Also the names of the following 
divisions under this department: Alaska Road 
Commission — Artillery School — Cavalry and 
Held Artillery School of Application— Infantry 
and Cavalry School — Military Academy — Sub- 
marine Defense School. Also names of mili- 
tary departments and divisions, viz.: Atlantic 
— California — Colorado — Colombia — Da- 
kota — last — Gulf — Lakes — Luzon — Min- 
danao — Missouri — Northern — Pacific — 
Philippines — Southwestern — Texas — Vi- 
sa yas. 

Ad kins, Jackson. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 16620, to pension 
Adkins. May 22, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 4373, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. GO Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2186. 

Scon, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 16620, to pension Adkins. 
June 6, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4109, 59th Cong. 1st 
sees. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2186. 

Adler, Cyrus. 
International catalogue of scientific literature. 
(Smithsonian Institution [publication 1592]. 
In Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 
48. 1905. p. 219-221.) 
Same, separate. Sept. 8, 1905. p. 219-221. 

(Smithsonian Institution. [Publication] 1592.) 
Samuel Pierpont Langley. (In Smithsonian In- 
stitution. Report, 1906. 1907. p. 515-533.) 
[From Bulletin of Philosophical Society of 
Washington, v. 25.] 
Same, separate. 1907. p. 515-533. (Smith- 
sonian Institution. [Publication] 1771.) 
See also, as assistant secretary in charge of library 
and exchanges, International Exchange Serv- 
ice — as librarian, Smithsonian Institution. 

Adler, Joseph, alias. See Turckheim, Reuben I. 

Administrators, Public. See Indian Territory. 

Admiralty. 
Japan . Translation of Japanese regulations gov- 
erning captures at sea. published: Mar. 7, 1904, 
with amendment to list of contraband pub- 
lished Feb. 9, 1905. (In Naval War College. 
International law topics and discussions, 1905. 
1906. p. 189-209.) 
Supreme Court. Rules of court adopted Jan. 7, 
1884, and rules of practice for circuit and dis- 
trict courts in equity and admiralty cases, and 
orders in reference to appeals from Court of 
Claims. 1906. 8 + 10 + 83 p. 
See also Shipping. 

Admiralty Island. Wright, C. W. Reconnais- 
sance of Admiralty Island [Alaska]. (In Geo- 
logical Survey. Bulletin 287. 1906 [1907]. 
p. 138-154, 4 U. 1 pi. 2 maps.) 

Adrianople, Turkey. Manufactures Bureau. 
Turkey, musical goods; Adrianople, electric 
lights and tramways proposed. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 32, 
33.) [Reports by two consular officers.] 

Adshead, John. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 5106, to increase 
pension of Adshead. Jan. 30, 1907. 2p. (H. 
rp. 6945, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2423. 



Adshead, John — Continued. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring S. 5106, to increase pension of 
Adshead. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 4726, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2423. 
Adulterations. 

Agriculture Department. Adulteration of 
Kentucky bluegrass and orchard grass seed. 
[Feb. 7, 1906.] 5 p. (Circular 15.) 

Estimate of appropriation for carrying out 

provisions of pure-food law [for preventing 
manufacture, sale, or transportation of adul- 
terated or misbranded foods, drugs, and liquors, 
and regulating traffic therein]. Dec. 5, 1906. 
2 p. (H. doc. 143, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
48; 8151.) 

Hearing before commission appointed by 

Secretaries of Treasury, Commerce and Labor, 
and Agriculture to make rules and regulations 
for carrying into effect provisions of foods and 
drugs act approved June 30, 1906 [notice]. 
[1906.] 4 p. 

Rules and regulations [adopted by commis- 
sion representing Treasury, Agriculture, and 
Commerce and Labor Departments] for en- 
forcement of food and drugs act. [Oct. 17, 
1906.] 20 p. (Circular 21.) 

Bartlett, C. L. Views of minority of Commit- 
tee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce on 8. 
88, for preventing manufacture, sale, or trans- 
portation of adulterated or misbranded foods, 
drugs, and liquors, and regulating traffic 
therein. Mar. 14, 1906. 20 p. (H. rp. 2118, 
pt. 2, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 768. 

Bigelow, W. D. Food legislation during year 
ended June 30, 1906. Dec. 29, 1906. 53 p. 
(Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 104.) 

Foods and food control, revised to July 1, 

1905:1-9. 1905-06. [xl] + 778 p. il. (Chem- 
istry Bureau. Bulletin 69 revised, pte. 1-9.) 

1. Federal laws and laws of Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, 

Arkansas, California, Colorado, and Connecticut. 

2. Laws of Delaware, District of Columbia, Canada, 

Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, 
and Iowa. 

3. Laws of Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Mary- 

land, and Massachusetts. 

4. Laws of Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, 

Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, and New Hampshire. 

5. Laws of New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North 

Carolina, and North Dakota. 

6. Laws of Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and 

Philippine Islands. 

7. Laws of Porto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, 

South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Ver- 
mont 

8. Laws of Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wis- 

consin, and Wyoming. 

9. Indexed digest of food legislation. 

Report on food adulteration [1905]. (In 

Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 99. 1906. p. 
39, 40.) 

and Howard, B. J. Some forms of food 

adulteration and simple methods for their de- 
tection. 1906. 59 p. (Chemistry Bureau. 
Bulletin 100.) 

Dalzell, John. Report from Committee on 
Rules, submitting H. R. 600, fixing time for 
consideration of 3. 88, for preventing manu- 
facture, sale, or transportation of adulterated or 
misbranded foods, drugs, and liquors, and 
regulating traffic therein, as substitute for 
H. R. 562. June 20, 1906. lp. (H.rp.4980, 
59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. H.) 



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Adulterations — Continued. 
Hepburn, W. P. Conference report on S. 88, 
for preventing manufacture, sale, or transpor- 
tation of adulterated or misbranded foods, 
drugs, and liquors, and regulating traffic 
therein. June 27, 1906. 9 p. (H. rp. 5056, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 4908.) [Same as 
Senate document 521, without matter to be 
omitted and with Statement on part of man- 
agers of House.] Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 768. 

Hbyburn, W. B. Circular from Department o* 
Agriculture showing Rules and regulations for 
enforcement of food and drug act, approved 
June 30, 1906 {with text of act, and Food in- 
spection decisions 40-43; compilation]. Jan. 

28, 1907 . 24 p. (S. doc. 252, 59th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. 5; 6072.) 

Conference report on S. 88, for preventing 

manufacture, sale, or transportation of adul- 
terated or misbranded foods, drugs, and liquors, 
and regulating traffic therein. June 27, 1906. 
7 p. (S. doc. 521, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
8; i916.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 768. 

Report from Committee on Manufactures, 

amending S. 88, for preventing manufacture, 
sale, or transportation of adulterated or mis- 
branded foods, drugs, and liquors, and regu- 
lating traffic therein. Dec. 14, 1905. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 8, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4904.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 768. 

Hurst, C. B. Food, purity in [Saxony]. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Oct. 1906. no. 
313, p. 121-124.) 

Intebstate and Foreign Commerce Commit- 
tee. Hearings [Feb. 13-27, 1906] on pure-food 
bills, H. 3044 [and others]. 1906. 409 p. 2 pi. 

Kebler, L. F. Adulterated drugs and chem- 
icals: 1, Inferior drugs and insidious methods 
of deception; 2, Rose geranium oil and its sub- 
stitutes; 3, Phenacetin, methods of analysis 
and commercial status. [Revised edition.] 
1906. 47 p. (Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 
80.) 

Mahin , F. W. Alleged adulterations [of leather], 
American shoes in Great Britain. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Aug. 1906. no. 311, p. 
95-97.) 

Mann , J . R . Conference report on S . 88 , for pre- 
venting manufacture, sale, or transportation of 
adulterated or misbranded foods, drugs, and 
liquors, and regulating traffic therein. June 

29, 1906 . 9 p. (H. rp. 5096, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 3; 4908.) [Corrected 2d print was 
issued. Same as Senate document 521, with- 
out matter to be omitted and with Statement 
of managers on part of House.] Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 1, p. 768. 

Report from Committee on Interstate and 

Foreign Commerce, amending by substitute 
S. 88, for preventing manufacture, sale, or 
transportation of adulterated or misbranded 
foods, drugs, and liquors, and regulating traffic 
therein, as substitute for H. 4527 and other 
bills. Mar. 7, 1906. 13 p. (H. rp. 2118 [pt. 
1], 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 768. 

Manufactures Bureau. Food problem, adul- 
teration and inspection. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 154-162.) 
[A collection of articles by consular officers and 
others.] 



Adulterations — Continued. 
Miller, J. M. France, pure food law. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 1906. no. 

308, p. 78, 79.) 
Roosevelt, 6. W. American relations [with 

Belgium]; Food inspection [etc., in Belgium]. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Aug. 1906. 

no. 311, p. 50-52.) 
Trimble, South. Report from Committee on 

X 'culture, amending H. 11032, to prevent 
teration of blue grass, orchard grass, and 
clover seed. Apr. 18, 1906. 5 p. (H. rp. 
3337, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4907.) 
Wilson, James. Address [before Association of 
Official Agricultural Chemists, Nov. 17, 1905, 
on food adulteration]. (In Chemistry Bureau. 
Bulletin 99. 1906. p. 76-78.) 
See also Alfalfa seed— Baking-powder— Blue- 
grass seed — Clover seed — Coffee — Drugs — 
Food — Fruit — Grain— Jute — Manure — Maple 
sugar — Olive-oil — Spices and condiments — 
Tea. 
Advertising. 
Interior Department. Draft of bill providing 
fund for payment of advertising restoration of 
lands in forest reserves to public domain. 
Feb. 3, 1906. 8 p. (H. doc. 471, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 47; 4987.) 
Stevens, E. W. Hearings before Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce [Dec. 17, 
1906], on H. 22476, to amend acts to regulate 
commerce so that publishers of newspapers and 
periodicals may enter into advertising con- 
tracts with common carriers and receive pay- 
ment for such advertisements in transporta- 
tion; [statement]. 1906. 15 p. 
Thackara, A. M. German Empire, exports to 
United States: Advertising restrictions [in 
Berlin]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 
1907. no. 319, p. 3-6.) 
War Department. Additional estimate for 
miscellaneous advertisements. Feb. 7, 1906. 
2 p. (S. doc. 197, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In 
v. 5; 4913.) 

Estimate of appropriation for miscellaneous 

advertisements. Jan. 30, 1906. 2 p. (S.doc. 
176, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 4; 4918.) 
See also District of Columbia. 

Aeberli, . See Zurich. 

Aerial navigation. See Balloons — Flying-ma- 
chines. 

ASro Club of America. Ascensions made by 
members of club from formation to date. (In 
Monthly weather review, June, 1906. Sept. 
4, 1906. v. 34, p. 280-282.) 

ASrodrome. See Flying-machines. 

Aeronautics. See Balloons — Flying-machines. 

Aeronautics, International Commission for 
Scientific. See International Commission 
for Scientific Aeronautics. 

Aerostation. See Balloons — Flying-machines. 

Affidavits. See Oaths. 

Africa. 

Manufactures Bureau. Africa. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 321, p. 66- 
68.) 

Africa, German colonies. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 73, 
74.) [Reports by two consular officers.] 



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Africa — Continued. 

Manufactures Bureau. Germany's African 
trade. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 
1907. no. 319, p. 87, 88.) 

State Department. Conference for revision of 
rules relative to spirits in Africa [to be held 
Oct. 16, 1906]. (In State Dept. Foreign re- 
lations, 1906. 1909. pt. 1, p. 52-56.) 

Convention signed Brussels, Nov. 3, 1906, 

revising duties imposed by Brussels Conven- 
tion of June 8, 1899, on spirituous liquors im- 
ported into certain regions of Africa [transmit- 
ted for consent of Senate to adhesion of United 
States]. Feb. 11, 1907. 7 p. (Confidential; 

[Senate] executive C, 59th Cong. 2d sees.) 
Not in Congressional set.] 
Teichxann, W. C. Africa f cultivation of [cot- 
ton] in German [African] colonies. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 
321, p. 99.) 

See also Bark cloth— Freight rates— Peanuts. 
Africa, Eastern. 

Hollis, W. S. American [steamship] line [to 

east Africa] much needed. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 95, 96.) 
East Africa [extension of railway systems]. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Feb. 1906. 

no. 305, p. 194, 195.) 
Portuguese east Africa. (In Commercial re- 
lations, 1905. 1906. p. 371.) 
Manufactures Bureau. East Africa. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1906. no. 

306, p. 123-126.) [A collection of articles by 

consular officers.] 
East Africa. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. 160, 161.) [Reports 

by two consular officers.] 
Portuguese east Africa. (In Commercial 

relations, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 439, 440.) 

[Report on commerce of Portuguese east Africa, 

and Beira.] 

See also Birds— East Africa Protectorate— Motor- 
boats — Vanilla. 
Africa, Northern. 

Htdrographic Office. Northwest coast of 
Africa, and southern part of Spain and Portugal , 
from latest information; chart 2195. Scale 
l°long. = 4.6 in. June, 1906. 30.6 X 40.1 in. 

Manufactures Bureau. North Africa. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Dec. 1906. no. 
315, p. 11-13.) [Reports by two consular offi- 
cers.] 

North Africa. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 80-84.) [A 
collection of articles by consular officers.] 

Northern Africa. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320. p. 52-61.) [A 
collection of articles by consular officers.] 
Africa, Southern. 

Abbe, Cleveland. Long-range seasonal fore- 
casts for south Africa. (In Monthly weather 
review, Feb. 1907. May 8, 1907. v. 35, p. 72, 
73.) 

British and south African export gazette. 

German gains [secret of Germany's success in 

Africa]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 

1907. no. 316, p. 127, 128.) 
South Africa, trade of [1906]. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 819, p. 

84-86.) 



Africa, Southern — Continued. 
Crist, R. F. Fruit trade [in] south Africa. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 

320, p. 190-193.) 
Growing demand for autos [in south Africa]. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 1907. 

no. 320, p. 123-126.) 
Manufactures Bureau. British south Africa 

[1905] . ( In Commercial relations, 1905 . 1906. 

p. 365-368.) [Reports by consular officers on 

commerce of Cape Colony, Natal, and the 

Transvaal.] 

Same [19061. (In same, 1906. 1907(1908]. 

p. 418-428.) [Reports by consular officers on 
commerce of British south Africa, Cape Colony, 
Port Elizabeth, and Natal.] 

South Africa. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. Feb. 1906. no. 305, p. 166-169.) [Reports 
by two consular officers.] 

South Africa. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. Mar. 1906. no. 306, p. 116-122.) [Reports 
by two consular officers.] 

South Africa. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. 153-156.) [A col- 
lection of articles by consular officers.] 

South Africa. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. June, 1906. no. 309, p. 163-165.) [A col- 
lection of articles by consular officers, etc.] 

South Africa. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 40-46.) [A collec- 
tion of articles by consular officers and others.] 

South Africa. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 123-126.) [Reports 
by two consular officers and others.] 

South Africa [tariff rates]. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Sept. 1906. no. 312. p. 177, 178.) 

Snodorass, J. H. Tariffs, changes in south 
Africa. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. July, 
1906. no. 310, p. 110-114.) 

South Africa, [British trade in south African 
colonies]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
May, 1906. no. 308, p. 150, 151.) [Extracts 
from British and south African export gazette.] 

Washington, H. L. South Africa, increased 
[tariff] rates. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
June, 1906. no. 309, p. 183, 184.) 

South Africa [shoe trade]. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. 195, 
196.) 

See also Cement— Pratt— Hemp— Iron and 
steel — Vehicles. 
Africa, Western. 

Griffiths, J. L. West Africa, British pursuit of 
trade. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 
1906. no. 307, p. 158-160.) 

Htdrographic Office. Anchorages and bays 
on west coast of Africa, from French and Brit- 
ish surveys between 1821 and 1886; chart 2265. 
Nov. 1905. 26.8 X 30.2 in. [For list of sepa- 
rate charts on this sheet, see Hydrographic 
Office.] 

Same, from latest information; chart 2313. 

Apr. 1907. 21 X 33.8 in. [For list of separate 
charts on this sheet, see Hydrographic Office.] 

Same, from latest information; chart 2314. 

Jan. 1907 . 25 X 27.8 in. [For list of separate 
charts on this sheet, see Hydrographic Office.] 

Same, from latest information; chart 2316. 

Feb. 1907. 28.6X25.9 in. [For listof separate 
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Africa, Western — Continued. 

Hydrogeaphic Office. Same, from latest-in- 
formation; chart 2317. Jan. 1907. 28.1 X 22.8 
in. [For list of separate charts on this sheet, 
see Hydrographic Office.] 

Anchorages on west coast of Africa, from 

British and French surveys between 1836 and 
1880; chart 2311. May, 1906. 25.1 X 23.2 
in. [For list of separate charts on this sheet, 
see Hydrographic Office.] 

Same, from latest information; chart 2312. 

Aug. 1906. 22.9 X 23.7 in. [For list of sepa- 
rate charts on this sheet, see Hydrographic 
Office.] 

West coast of Africa, Cape Verde to Gambia 

River, from latest information; chart 2340. 
Scale 1° lat.=16. 48 in. May, 1907, 25.9 X 36 
in. 

Same, Gambia River to Jeba River, from 

latest information; chart 2341. Scale 1° lat.= 
15.37 in. May, 1907. 30 X 88.5 in. 

Same, Jeba River to Cape Verga, including 

Bijouga or Bissagos Islands, from latest infor- 
mation; chart 2342. Scale naut. m.=0.25 in. 
Dec. 1906. 30 X 42.8 in. 

Same, Cape Verga to Sierra Leone River, 

from latest information; chart 2343. Scale 
1° lat.=15.21 in. June, 1907 . 29.7 X 41.3 in. 

Same, Monrovia to Cape Three Points, from 

latest information; chart 2200. Scale 1° 
long.=4.5 in. Nov. 1905. 27.4 X 43.5 in. 

Same. Cape Three Points to Kwara or Niger 

River, from latest information; chart 2201. 
Scale 1° long.=4.6 in. Oct. 1905. 27.5 X 
43.5 in. 

Same, Garraway Point to Growa Point, in- 
cluding Cape Palmas, from British surveys in 
1837 and 1879, with additions from survey in 
1844 by U. S. brig Porpoise, scale naut. m.= 
0.9 in.; with inset, Enlarged plan of Cape 
Palmas, scale naut. m.=3.95 in.; chart 2256. 
Feb. 1906. 26.2 X 20.9 and 10.5 X 14.1 in. 

Same, Cape Lopez to Loanda, from latest 

information; chart 2203. Scale 1° long.=4.5 
in. Nov. 1905. 40.4 X 27.5 in. 

Same, Cape Frio to Lilderitz Bay, from lat- 
est information; chart 2205. Scale 1° long.= 
4.5 in. Apr. 1906. 44.4 X 27.6 in. 

Same, LUderitz Bay to Prince of Wales Bay 

[with plans of harbors], from German surveys 
between 1898 and 1903; chart 2320. Scale 
naut. m.=0.75 in. Aug. 1906. 37.2 X 26.9 
in. [For list of separate charts on this sheet, 
see Hydrographic Office.] 

Same, LOderitz Bay to Cape of Good Hope, 

from latest information ; chart 2206. Scale 1° 
long.=4.5 in. Feb. 1906. 45.1 X 27.5 in. 

Manufactures Bureau. German west Africa. 
(In Commercial relations, 1906. 1907 [19081. 
p. 410, 411.) [Statistics relating to Togoland, 
Kamerun, and German Southwest Africa.] 

Portuguese west Africa. (In Commercial 

relations, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 409, 410.) 
[Statistics relating to Portuguese Guinea, Sao 
Thome and Principe, and Angola.] 

West Africa. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 54, 55.) [A collec- 
tion of articles by consular officers.] 
African lethargy. See Negro lethargy. 



African millet. See Kafir-corn. 

Agadir Bay. Hydrographic Office. Agadir 

Bay, [or] Santr. Cruz. Scale naut. m.=1.5 in. 
9.7 X 8.6 in. (On Hydrographic Office. Mo- 
rocco; chart 2239. Oct. 1905.) 

Agassiz, Alexander. See, as president, National 
Academy of Sciences. 

Agave. 

Edwards, H. T. Cultivation of maguey in 
Philippine Islands. Manila, 1906. 25 p. 9 pi. 
(Philippine Islands, Agriculture Bureau. 
Farmers' bulletin 13.) 

Same, without plates. . (In Philippine 

Commission. 7th report, 1906 [with reports of 
departments, bureau officers, 1906, etc.]. 1907. 
pt. 3, p. 547-557.) 

Same. (In Philippine Islands, Agriculture 

Bureau. Bulletins and circulars on hemp, mag- 
uey, jute, and other fiber plants [in Philippine 
Islands].) 

Maguey in Philippines. (In Philippine 

Commission. 7th report, 1906 [with reports of 
departments, bureau officers, 1906, etc.]. 1907. 
pt. 3, p. 523-528.) 

Same. (In Philippine Islands, Agriculture 

Bureau. Bulletins and circulars on hemp, 
maguey, jute, and other fiber plants [in Philip- 
pine Islands].) [This is Farmers' bulletin 10, 
Philippine Islands, Agriculture Bureau. Ap- 
peared separately in Document catalogue of 
the 58th Congress.] 

Philippine Islands, Agriculture Bureau. 
Maguey; Propagating abaca from seed; Phil- 
ippine exhibit for Pacific Commercial Museum; 
Miscellaneous notes. Manila, 1906. 8 p. 
(Press bulletin 8.) 

Same. (In Philippine Commission. 7th re- 
port, 1906 [with reports of departments, bureau 
officers, 1900, etc.]. 1907. pt. 3, p. 561-564.) 

Same. (In Philippine Islands, Agriculture 

Bureau. Bulletins and circulars on hemp, 
maguey, iute, and other fiber plants [in Phil- 
ippine Islands].) 

Welborn, W. C. Maguey cultivation in Mex- 
ico. (In Philippine Commission. 7th report, 
1906 [with reports of departments, bureau offi- 
cers, 1906, etc.]. 1907. pt. 3, p. 559, 560.) 

— Same. (In Philippine Islands, Agriculture 
Bureau. Bulletins and circulars on hemp, 
maguey, jute, and other fiber plants [in Phil- 
ippine Islands].) [This is Press bulletin 1, 
Philippine Islands, Agriculture Bureau. Ap- 
peared separately in English and in Spanish in 
Document catalogue of the 58th Congress.] 
Age. Young, A. A. Age [statistics in United 
States, with bibliography]. (In Census Bu- 
reau. Special reports: Supplementary analy- 
sis and derivative tables, 12th census, 1900. 
1906. p. 130-174.) 
Agey, Mrs. Mary A. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 19045, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Agey. Dec. 7, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5238, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2370. 

Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 19045, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Agey. Jan. 22, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 5223, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2370. 



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Agnew, Mrs. Jane, • 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 1622, to pension 
Mrs. Agnew. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
7692, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2670. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 1622, to pension Mrs. 
Agnew. Jan. 21, 1907 . 2 p. (S. rp. 5100, 
59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2670. 

Agnew, Mary A. See, as editor, Experiment Sta- 
tions Office, Bulletin 176 — as joint author, 
Spethmann, Marie T. 

Agnus, Felix. See, as chairman, Chesapeake and 
Delaware Canal Commission. 

Agorophius pygnueus. True, F. W. Remarks 
on type of fossil cetacean agorophius pygmaaus 
Muller. 1907. 8 p. 1 pt. f° (Smithsonian 
Institution. [Publication] 1694.) 

Agricultural Association of Pa nay and Ne- 
gros. Memorial with reference to tariff in its 
relations to Philippines. Jan. 3, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 344, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 50; 
6163.) 

Agricultural bank in Philippine Islands. See 
Philippine Islands. 

Agricultural Bank of Egypt. Philippine Com- 
mission. Report on bank to Secretary of War 
and to Philippine Commission; by E. W. 
Kemmerer. 1906. 51 p. (Insular Affairs 
Bureau.) 

Same. (In Philippine Commission. 7th 

report 1906 [with reports of departments, bu- 
reau officers, 1906, etc.]. 1907. pt. 1, p. 643- 
695.) 

Agricultural chemistry. Association op Of- 
ficial Agricultural Chemists. Proceed- 
ings of 22d annual convention of association, 
Washington, D. C, Nov. 16-18, 1905; edited 
by Harvey W. Wiley. 1906. 211 p. 2 il. 
(Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 99.) 

Same, 23d, Nov. 14-16, 1906. June 29, 

1907. 213 p. 1 il. (Chemistry Bureau. Bul- 
letin 105.) 

Same, extracts, advance circular giving 

recommendations of referees as adopted, mo- 
tions, and appointments affecting work of 1906. 
^1906.] 16 p. (Chemistry Bureau. Circular 

Same, extracts, advance circular giving 

recommendations of referees as adopted, and 
appointments affecting work of 1907. 1907. 
14 p. (Chemistry Bureau. Circular 32.) 
Agricultural Chemists, Official, Association 
of. See Association of Official Agricultural 
Chemists. 
Agricultural colleges. 

Agriculture; Department. Agricultural col- 
leges and other institutions in United States 
having courses in agriculture [1905]. (In 
Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1905. 1906. 
p. 568, 569.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Directory 

for farmers, 1906. [1906.]) 

Same fj.906]. (In Agriculture Dept. 

Yearbook, 1906. 1907. p. 459, 460.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Directory 

for farmers, 1906.) 

H. Doc. 830, 59-2 2 



Agricultural colleges—Continued. ■ - 

Association of American Agricultural Col- 
leoes and Experiment Stations. Proceed- 
ings of 19th annual convention, Washington, 
D. C, Nov. 14-16, 1905; edited by A. C. tfrue, 
W. H.Beal, and H.C.White. 1906. 189 p.2 
il. (Experiment Stations Office. Bulletin 164.) 

Same, resume. (In Experiment Stations 

Office. Report, 1905. 1906. p. 187-196.) 

Same, 20th, Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 14-16, 

1906. Apr. 18, 1907. 132 p. 1 il. (Experi- 
ment Stations Office. Bulletin 184.) 

Same, resume. (In Experiment Stations 

Office. Report, 1906. July 20, 1907. p. 171- 
175.) 

Education Bureau. Agricultural and mechan- 
ical colleges [1905]. (In Education Bureau. 
Report, 1905. 1907. v. 2, p. 657-708.) 

Same, separate. 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907. v. 1, 

p. 565-592.) 

Same, separate. 

Experiment. Stations Office. Address list of 
agricultural and mechanical colleges in United 
States. Oct. 15, 1905. 2 p. 

Same. Apr. 15, 1907 . 2 p. 

Books by agricultural college and experi- 
ment station men. [1906.] 8 p. 

Federal legislation, regulations, and rulings 

affecting agricultural colleges and experiment 
stations. [1906.] 21 p. (Circular 68.) 

Organization lists of agricultural colleges 

and experiment stations in United States. 
Jan. 24, 1907. 100 p. (Bulletin 176.) 

Interior Department. Report of disburse- 
ments [1906, far] colleges of agriculture (under 
act approved Aug. 30, 1890], Dec. 15, 1905. 
3 p. (H. doc. 212, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
46; 4986.) 

Same, 1906 [19071. Dec. 13, 1906. 2 p. 

(H. doc. 291, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 50; 
6163.) 

Nelson, Knots. Statement in support of S. 
6680, for increased annual appropriation for 
colleges of agriculture and mechanic arts under 
act approved Aug. 30, 1890. Jan. 7, 1907. 
7 p. (S. doc. 189, 59th Cong. 2d Bess. In v. 4; 
6071.) 

Spethmann, M. T. Statistics of land-grant col- 
leges and experiment stations, 1905. (In Ex- 
periment Stations Office. Report.1905. 1906. 
p. 153-186.) 

Same, separate. [1906 J iii + 153-186 p. 

(Experiment Stations Office. [Publication] 
924.) 

Same,' with omissions. [Feb. 1, 1906.] 

9 p. (Experiment Stations Office. Circular 
64.) 

Same, 1906. (In Experiment Stations 

Office. Report, 1906. July 20, 1907. p. 
177-212.) 

Same, separate. 1907. ii + 177-212 p. 

^Experiment Stations Office. [Publication] 

and Agnew, M. A. Organization lists of 

agricultural colleges and experiment stations 
in United States. Dec. 1905. 95 p. (Ex- 
periment Stations Office. Bulletin 161.) 



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Agricultural colleges— Continued. 
True, A. C. American system of agricultural 
education and research. (In Education Bu- 
reau. Miscellaneous educational topics. 1907. 
p. 244-256.) 

Same. (In Education Bureau. Report, 

1905. 1907. v. 1, p. 244-256.) 

See also Agricultural experiment stations — Agri- 
culture— Massachusetts Agricultural College- 
State universities. 

Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Sta- 
tions, American Association of. See Asso- 
ciation of American Agricultural Colleges and 
Experiment Stations. 

Agricultural experiment stations. 
Adams, H. C. Report from Committee on Agri- 
culture, favoring H. 345, for increased annual 
appropriation for agricultural experiment sta- 
tions. Jan. 15, 1906. 5 p. (H. rp. 242, 59th 
Cong, lstsess. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 1, p. 63. 

Agriculture Department. Agricultural ex- 
periment stations of United States, their loca- 
tions, directors and principal lines of work 
[1905]. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1905. 

1906. p. 570-572.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Directory 

for farmers, 1905. [1906.]) 

Same [1906]. (In Agriculture Dept. Year- 
book, 1906. 1907. p. 461-463.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Directory 

for farmers, 1906.) 

Aixen,E.W. Some ways in which Department 
of Agriculture and experiment stations supple- 
ment each other. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Yearbook, 1905. 1906. p. 167-182.) 

Same, separate. [1906.] iii + 167-182 p. 

(Experiment Stations Office.) 

Association of American Agricultural Col- 
leges and Experiment Stations. Proceed- 
ings of 19th annual convention, Washington, 
D. C, Nov. 14-16, 1905; edited by A. C. True, 
W. H. Beal, and H. C. White. 1906. 189 p. 2 
il. (Experiment Stations Office. Bulletin 
164.) 

Same, resumed (In Experiment Stations 

Office. Report, 1905. 1906. p. 187-196.) 
Same, 20th, Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 14-16, 

1906. Apr. 18, 1907. 132p.lil. (Experiment 

Stations Office. Bulletin 184.) 
Same, resumed (In Experiment Stations 

Office. Report, 1906. July 20, 1907. p. 

171-175.) 

Report of committee on experiment station 

organization and policy [presented at conven- 
tion held at Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 14-16, 
1906]. Jan. 9, 1907 . 7 p. (Experiment Sta- 
tions Office. Circular 71.) 

Same. (In Experiment Stations Office. 

Bulletin 184. Apr. 18, 1907. p. 74-78.) 

Experiment Stations Office. Address list of 
agricultural experiment stations in United 
States. Apr. 15, 1907. 1 p. 

Books by agricultural college and experi- 
ment station men. [1906.] 8 p. 

Classification of experiment station ac- 
counts. May 10, 1907 . 3 p. 

Experiment station record, v. 17, nos. 1-12; 

Sept. 1905-06. 1905-06. xx + 1317 p. 4 il. 
1 pi. 



Agricultural experiment stations — Continued. 

Experiment Stations Office. Same, v. 18, 
nos. 1-12; Sept. 1906-Aug. 1907. 1906-07. 
xx + 1297 p. 2 il. 

Federal legislation, regulations, and rulings 

affecting agricultural colleges and experiment 
stations. [1906.] 21 p. (Circular 68.) 

List of publications of agricultural experi- 

men t stations in United States to June 30, 1906. 
Mar. 15, 1907. 104 p. (Bulletin 180.) 

List of station publications received by 

office during July, 1905-June, 1907. ([Publi- 
cation] 828, 847, 858, 872, 890, 908, 915, 940, 
964, 971, 977, 986, 1002, 1013, 1020.) [Bi- 
monthly until Jan. 1907, monthly Jan.-June, 
1907.] 

Organization lists of agricultural colleges 

and experiment stations in United States. 
Jan. 24, 1907. 100 p. (Bulletin 176.) 

Publications of office issued and station 

publications received by office during 1905. 
1906. 14 p. (Circular 66.) 

Publications of office, 1900 and 1901, and 

station publications received by office during 
1900 and 1901. 1906. 26 1. ([Publication] 8780 

Proctor, Redfteld. Report from Committee 
on Agriculture and Forestry, favoring H. 345, 
for increased annual appropriation for agricul- 
tural experiment stations. Mar. 6, 1906. 5 p. 
(S. rp. 1572, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 
4904.) Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 1, p. 63. 

Spethmann, M. T. Statistics of land-grant col- 
leges and agricultural experiment stations, 
1905. (In Experiment Stations Office. Re- 
port, 1905. 1906. p. 153-186.) 

Same, separate. [1906.] iii+153-186p. (Ex- 
periment Stations Office. [Publication] 924.) 

Same, with omissions. [Feb. 1, 1906.] 9 p. 

(Experiment Stations Office. Circular 64.) 

Same, 1906. (In Experiment Stations Of- 
fice. Report, 1906. July 20, 1907. p. 177-212.) 

Same, separate. 1907. ii + 177-212 p. 

(Experiment Stations Office. [Publication] 
1024.) 

and Aonew, M. A. Organization lists of 

agricultural colleges and experiment stations 
in United States. Dec. 1905. 95 p. (Ex- 
periment Stations Office. Bulletin 161.) 

True, A. C. American system of agricultural 
education and research. (In Education Bu- 
reau. Miscellaneous educational topics. 1907. 
p. 244-256.) 

Same. (In Education Bureau. Report, 

1905. 1907. v. 1, p. 244-256.) 

and Allen, E. W. Work and expenditures 

of agricultural experiment stations, 1906. (In 
Experiment Stations Office. Report, 1906. 
July 20, 1907. p. 49-170, 8 pi.) 

Same, separate. 1907. v + 49-170 

p. 8 pi. (Experiment Stations Office. [Pub- 
lication] 1023.) 

and Crosby, D. J. Summary of annual 

report and work and expenditures of agricul- 
tural experiment stations, 1905. (In Experi- 
ment Stations Office. Report, 1905. 1906. 
p. 13-151, 6 pi.) 

r Same, separate. [1906.] v + 13-151 

p. 6 pi. (Experiment Stations Office. [Pub- 
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Agricultural experiment stations— Continued. 
See also Agriculture — Alaska Agricultural Ex- 
periment Stations — Hawaii Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station — Massachusetts Agricultural Col- 
lege — Porto Bico Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion. 

Agricultural implements. 
Baehr, M. J." Island of Cuba, hardware and 

agricultural implements. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Jan. 1906. no. 304, p. 155-158.) 
Guenthbr, Richard. Farm implements in 

Russia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Dec. 

1906. no. 315, p. 130, 131.) 
Hansbkouoh, H. C. Papers relating to har- 
vester trust; [compilation]. Feb. 21, 1907. 
9 p. (S. doc. 336, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 5; 
8072.) 

Harris, E. L. Asia Minor, farming development 

calls for modern equipments. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 203, 204.) 
Russia, need for farm machinery. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1906. no. 

306, p. 193, 194.) 
Lay, J. G. Improved implements needed for 

alfalfa culture [in Cape Colony]. (In Monthly 

cpns. and trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 50, 

51.) 

Manufactures Burbau. Agricultural imple- 
ments. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 

1907. no. 316, p. 38-44.) [A collection of 
articles by consular officers.] 

Farm implements. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 146-150.) [A 
collection of articles by consular officers and 
others.] ■ 

Farm implements. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 166-173.) [A 
collection of articles written or transmitted by 
consular officers.] 

Michael, W. H. Farm machinery needed [in 
India]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Oct. 
1906. no. 313, p. 102.) 

Ro doers, J. L. Primitive [agricultural] meth- 
ods [in China]. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Mar. 1906. no. 306, p. 87, 88.) 

Steam appliances [in south Africa]. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 41- 
43.) [Extract from British and south African 
export gazette.] 

Washington, H. L. South Africa, farming im- 
plement market. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 40, 41.) 

Zintheo, C. J. Corn-harvesting machinery. 
Jan. 4, 1907 . 48 p. 24 il. 4 pi. (Experiment 
Stations Office. Bulletin 173.) 

Evolution of farm-implement investigations. 

(In Experiment Stations Office. Report, 1905. 
1906. p. 211-223.) 

Same, separate. [1906.1 ii + 211-223 p. 

(Experiment Stations Office. [Publication] 
9260 

See also Gas-engines. 
Agricultural lands. See Homestead. 
Agricultural products. 
Foreign Markets Division. Exports of farm 
and forest products, 1902-04. 1905. 108 p. 
(Statistics Bureau. Bulletin 36.) 
Same, 1903-05, by countries to which con- 
signed. 1906. 72 p. (Statistics Bureau. Bul- 
letin 46.) 



Agricultural products — Continued. 

Foreign Markets Division. Imports of farm 
and forest products, 1902-04. 1905. 82 p. 
(Statistics Bureau. Bulletin 35.) 

Same, 1903-05, by countries from which con- 
signed. 1906. 62 p. (Statistics Bureau. 
Bulletin 45.) 

Trade with noncontiguous possessions in 

farm and forest products, 1902-04. 1905. 49 p. 
(Statistics Bureau. Bulletin 37.) 

Same, 1903-05. 1906. 45 p. (Statistics 

Bureau. Bulletin 47.) 

Manufactures Bureau. Brazilian products; 
Stock raising [in Brazil]. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 231, 232.) 

Tariffs on agricultural and animal products. 

Apr. 1907. 120 p. (Tariff series 2.) 

Michael, W. H. Soil products of India. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 
319, p. 229, 230.) 

Scribner, Frank Lam son-. List of Philippine 
agricultural products and fiber plants. (In 
Philippine Commission. 7th report, 1906 
[with reports of departments, bureau officers, 
1906, etc.]. 1907. pt. 3, p. 489-521.) 

Same. (In Philippine Islands, Agriculture 

Bureau. Bulletins and circulars on hemp, 
maguey, jute, and other fiber plants [in Philip- 

fine Islands].) [This is Bulletin 5, Philippine 
slands, Agriculture Bureau. Appeared sepa- 
rately in Document catalogue of the 58th Con- 
gress.] 

Simmons, F. M. Report from Committee on 
Agriculture and Forestry, amending S. 5945, 
for inspection of certain agricultural products. 
June 19, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4323, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 2; 4905.) 

Statistics Bureau, Agriculture Dept. Statis- 
tical matter relating to principal crops and 
farm animals, freight rates, exports, etc., of 
United States, 1905. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Yearbook, 1905. 1906. p. 656-782.) 

Same, separate. [1906.] 

Same, with title, Agricultural statistics, 

1906, principal crops and farm animals, trans- 
portation rates, exports and imports of United 
States, and international trade in agricultural 
products. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 
1906. 1907. p. 542-693.) 

Same, separate. * 

Statistics Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept. 
Agriculture [farms and certain products]. (In 
Statistics Bureau. Statistical abstract, 1905. 
1906. p. 509-514.) 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 537-542.) 

[Domestic products, imports, exports, pro- 
duction, and consumption, etc.] (In Statistics 
Bureau. Statistical abstract, 1905. 1906. 
p. 388-457.) 

Same. (In <»me, 1906. 1907. p. 414-482.) 

See also Cartage — Cheese — Crops — Dairying — 
Fairs — Food — Horticultural products. 
Agricultural societies. Interstate Commerce 
Commission. List of national, State, and 
local commercial organizations, and national, 
State, and local agricultural associations, in 
response to resolution. 1907. 295 p. 

Same. [Dec. 6, 1906, published] 1907. 

295 p. (S. doc. 74, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
2; 8069.) 



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Agriculture. 

Agriculture Department. Agriculture in our 
industries. May 15, 1907 . 8 p. (Circular23.) 

Association of American Agricultural Col- 
leges and Experiment Stations. Four- 
years' college course in agriculture, summary 
of reports 1-5 and- 8 of committee on methods 
of teaching agriculture. Dec. 12, 1906. 36 p. 
(Experiment Stations Office. Circular 69.) 

Report of committee on extension work [to 

convention held at Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 
14-16, 1906]. Jan. 15, 1907. 8 p. (Experi- 
ment Stations Office. Circular 72.) 

Same. (In Experiment Stations Office. 

Bulletin 184. Apr. 18, 1907. p. 68-73.) 

Census Committee, House. Agricultural statis- 
tics, hearings, Mar. 1, 1906 [on H. 13671, for 
census of agricultural statistics in 1906 and 
every 10th year after 1905]. 1906. 26 p. 

Civil Service Commission. Assistant in dry- 
land agriculture, male [Plant Industry Bureau, 
announcement of examination] Aug. 5, 1907. 
June 29, 1907. 1 p. 4° 

Crosby, D.J. Exercises in elementary agricul- 
ture, plant production [with bibliography]. 
May 24, 1907 . 64 p./tO if. (Experiment Sta- 
tions Office. Bulletin 186.) 

Progress in agricultural education, 1906 

[with list of text-books and works of reference]. 
(In Experiment Stations Office. Report, 

1906. July 20, 1907. p. 213-300, 1 il. 3 pi.) 

• Same, separate. 1907. v + 213-300 p. 1 

il. 3 pi. (Experiment Stations Office. [Pub- 
lication] 1025.) 

Use of illustrative material in teachingagri- 

culture in rural schools. (In AgricultureDept. 
Yearbook, 1905. 1906. p. 257-274, 10 il. 3 pi.) 

Same, separate. [1906 J ii + 257-274 p. 

10 il. 3 pi. (Experiment Stations Office.) 

Crumpacker, E. D. Report from Committee 
on Census, amending H. 13671, for taking of 
census of agriculture in 1906 and every 10th 
year after 1905. Apr. 21, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
3402, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 2; 4907.) 

Department Methods Committee. Investiga- 
tion of 12th census report on agriculture. 
[May 1, 1906.] 8 p. 4° 

Education Bureau. Teaching agriculture in 
schools Qf France and Belgium. (In Educa- 
tion Bureau. Report, 1905. 1907. v. 1, p. 
87-96.) 

Same, separate. 

Experiment Stations Office. Dry fanning; 
[compilation]. (In Agriculture Dept. Farm- 
ers' bulletin 262. 1906. p. 15-18.) 

Experiment station record, v. 17, nos. 1-12; 

Sept. 1906-Aug. 1906. 1905-06. xx + 1317 
p. 4 il. 1 pi. 

Same, v. 18, nos. 1-12; Sept. 1906-Aug. 

1907. 1906-07. xx + 1297 p. 2 il. 

Experiment station work 30. 1905. 32 p. 

2 il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 
227.) 

Same 31. 1905. 32 p. 5 il. (Agriculture 

Dept. Farmers' bulletin 233.) 
Same 32. 1905. 32 p. 6 il. (Agriculture 

Dept. Farmers' bulletin 237.) 



Agriculture — Continued. 
Experiment Stations Office. Same 33. 
1906 . 32 p. 6 il. (Agriculture Dept. Farm- 
ers' bulletin 244.) 

Same 34. 1906. 32 p. 1 il. (Agriculture 

Dept. Farmers' bulletin 251.) 

Same 35. 1906. 32 p. 3 11. (Agriculture 

Dept. Farmers' bulletin 259.) 

Same 36. 1906. 32 p. 2 il. (Agriculture 

Dept. Farmers' bulletin 262.) 

Same 37. 1906. 32 p. 1 il. (Agriculture 

Dept. Farmers' bulletin 267.) 

Same 38. Dec. 19, 1906. 32p.4il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 273.) 

Same 39. Mar. 11, 1907 . 32p.2il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 276.) 

Same 40. Apr. 10, 1907 . 32 p. (Agricul- 
ture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 281.) 

Same41. June 19, 1907 . 32p.4il. (Agri- 
culture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 296.) 

Same, v. 2, no. 10. 1906. iv + 253-280 

p. 2 il. [Contents are same as for Experiment 
station work 30, catalogued above.] 

Same, v. 2, no. 11. 1905. iv + 281-308 

p. 5 il. [Contents are same as for Experiment 
station work 31, catalogued above.] 

Same, v. 2, no. 12. 1905. iv + 309-336 

p. Oil. [Contents are same as for Experiment 
station work 32, catalogued above.] 

Same, v. 2, no. 13. 1906. iv -f 337-364 

p. 6 il. [Contents are same as for Experiment 
station work 33, catalogued above.] 

Same, v. 2, no. 14. 1906. iv + 365-392 

p. 1 il. [Contents are same as for Experiment 
station work 34, catalogued above.] 

Same, v. 2, no. 15. 1906. iv -f 393-420 

p. 3 il. [Contents are same as for Experiment 
station work 35, catalogued above.] 

Same, v. 2, no. 16. 1906. iv + 421-448 

p. 2 il. [Contents arc same as for Experiment 
station work 36, catalogued above.] 

Same, v. 2, no. 17. 1906. iv + 449-476 

p. 1 il. [Contents jtre same as for Experiment 
station work 37, catalogued above.] 

Same, v. 2, no. 18. Jan. 19, 1907. iv + 

477-504 p. 4 il. [Contents are same as for Ex- 
periment station work 38, catalogued above.] 

Same, v. 2, no. 19. Mar. 29, 1907. iv + 

505-532 p. 2 il. [Contents are Bame as for Ex- 
periment station work 39, catalogued above.] 

Same, v. 2, no. 20. Apr. 23, 1907. iii + 

533-560 p. [Contents are same as for Experi- 
ment Btation work 40, catalogued above.] 

Same, v. 3, no. 1. June 29, 1907. iv + 

1-28 p. 4 il. [Contents are same as for Experi- 
ment station work 41, catalogued above.] 

Institutions in United States giving instruc- 
tion in agriculture. Feb. 18, 1907 . 5 p. 

List of publications of office on agricultural 

education; corrected to Oct. 1, 1905. [1905J 
8 p. ([Publication] 807.) 

Same; corrected to Nov. 1, 1906. [1906.] 

10 p. ([Publication] 933.) 

Same; corrected to May 1, 1907. May 8, 

1907. Hp. ([Publication] 992.) 



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Agriculture — Continued. 

Hamilton, John. Agricultural instruction for 
adults in British Empire. 1905. 96 p. (Ex- 
periment Stations Office. Bulletin 155.) 

Agricultural instruction for adults in con- 
tinental countries. 1905. 32 p. (Experi- 
ment Stations Office. Bulletin 163.) 

Kearney, T. H., and Means, T. H. Agricul- 
tural explorations in Algeria. Aug. 19, 1905. 
98 p. 4 pi. (Plant Industry Bureau. Bul- 
letin 80.) 

Logan, Daniel. Agriculture and forestry [in 
Hawaii]. Report of governor, 1906. 1906 
[1907]. p. 51-57.) 

Same. (In Interior Dept. Exports, 1906, 

governor of Hawaii, Board of Indian Commis- 
sioners. 1907. p. 49-55.) 

Manufactures Bureau. Agriculture [in Italy 
and British India]. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 204-210.) 
[A collection of articles by consular officers.] 

Michael, W. H. India, effort to establish 
American model farm [etc.]. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 321, p. 
154-157.) 

Philippine Islands, Agbicultuke Bureau. 
Bulletins and circulars on agriculture in Philip- 
pines. (In Philippine Commission. 7th re- 
port, 1906 [with reports of departments, bureau 
officers, 1906, etc.]. 1907. pt. 3, p. 361-470, 
779-788.) 

Same, separate. 1907. i + 361-470 + 779- 

788 p. (Insular Affairs Bureau.) 

Plant Industry Bureau. Diversified farming 
in cotton belt: 1, South Atlantic Coast, by 
W. J. Spillman; 2, Alabama and Mississippi, 
by M. A. Crosby; 3, Louisiana, Arkansas, and 
northeastern Texas, by D. A. Brodie; 4, Texas, 
by C. W. Warburton. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Yearbook, 1905. 1906. p. 193-218, 3 pi.) 

Same, separate. [1906.] iv + 193-218 p. 

3 pi. 

Sco field, C. S. Dry fanning in Great Basin. 
May 31, 1907 . 43 p. 8 il. 4 pi. (Plant Indus- 
try Bureau. Bulletin JL03.) 

Thorns, C. E. Syllabus of illustrated lecture 
on essentials of successful field experimenta- 
tion [with bibliography]. 1905. 24 p. (Ex- 
periment Stations Office. Farmers' institute 
lecture 6.) 

True, A. C. Introduction of elementary agri- 
culture into schools. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Yearbook, 1906. 1907. p. 151-164.) 

— —Same, separate. 1907. ii + 151-164 p. 
(Experiment Stations Office.) 

Progress in agricultural education, 1905. 

(In Experiment Stations Office. Report, 1905. 
1906. p. 303-357, 5 pi.) 

Same, separate. [1906.] ii + 303-357 p. 

5 pi. (Experiment Stations Office. [Publi- 
cation] 930.) 

See also Agricultural colleges — Agricultural ex- 
periment stations— Agricultural products — Ag- 
ricultural societies— Agriculture Department — 
Animals, Noxious— Bees— Birds — Coahuila — 
Cotton — Crops — Dairying — Date-palms — 

. Drought — Pairs — Fanners' institutes — 
farms — Flax — Forage plants — France- 



Agriculture — Continued. 

Freight rates — Fruit — Gardening — Germi- 
nation — Grass — Hemp — Horned lark — 
International Institute of Agriculture — Irriga- 
tion—Italians In United States— Leguminous 
plants — Manure — Movable schools of agricul- 
ture — Mushrooms — Panama — Plant life — 
Rotation of crops— School gardens — Seeds- 
Soil — South Dakota — Swallow — Tobacco — 
UlntaValley Reservation— Vegetables— Weeds. 

Agriculture and Forestry Committee, 53d 
Congress. See, for report, Cotton. 

Agriculture and Forestry Committee, 59th 
Congress. 

Appropriation bill, hearings [Jan. 30-Feb. 13, 
1907] on H. 24815, making appropriations for 
Department of Agriculture, 1908. 1907. 
181 + [4] p. 

Hearings [May 7-15, 1906] on H. 18537, making 
appropriations for Department of Agriculture, 
1907. 1906. 112 p. 

See also, for reports on public bills, resolutions, 
etc., Agricultural experiment stations— Agri- 
cultural products — Agriculture Department, 
Appropriations [2] — Cattle. 

Agriculture Bureau of Philippine Islands.' 
See Philippine Islands. 

Agriculture Committee. 

Distribution of seeds [hearings Dec. 12-17, 1906]. 
[1906.] 142 p. 

Hearing on H. J. R. 45, directing Secretary of 
Agriculture to furnish information concerning 
cotton crop of 1905 and 1906, Dec. 19, 1905. 
[1906.] 30 p. 

Hearings [Jan. 12-Feb. 21, 1906] on bills relating 
to Department of Agriculture. 1906. 820 p. 

Hearings [June 6-11, 1906] on so-called Beveridge 
amendment [regulating inspection of meat] to 
agricultural appropriation bill, H. 18537; to 
which are added documents bearing upon 
amendment. 1906. 369 p. 

Hearings [Dec. 12, 1906-Jan. 19, 1907] on esti- 
mates of appropriations for Department of Ag- 
riculture, 1908, also on free seed distribution 
and other matters relating to Department. 
1907. 436 p. 

[Reports of inspections by committee appointed 
by Department of Agriculture on conditions 
in Chicago stock yards.] [1906.] 79 p. 

See also, for reports on public bills, resolutions, 
etc., Adulterations— Agricultural experiment 
stations— Agriculture Department, Appropri- 
ations [2]— Appalachian Mountains — Forest 
reservations — Heat inspection [4]. 

Agriculture Department. 
Accounts. Statement of expenditures, 1905. 

Jan. 30, 1906. 584 p. (H. doc. 448, 59th Cong. 

1st seas. In v. 91; 6081.)* 
Accounts and Disbursements Division. 

Expenditures of Department, 1906. [1906.] 

294 p. 

Cassel, H. B. Report from Committee on 

Accounts, favoring H. R. 419, authorizing Com- 
mittee on Expenditures in Department of 
Agriculture to examine accounts and expendi- 
tures, etc., of Department. May 9, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 3933, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) 
[Corrected 2d print was issued.] 



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Agriculture Department— Continued. 

Adulterations. Estimate of appropriation for 
carrying out provisions of pure-food law [for 
preventing manufacture, sale, or transporta- 
tion of adulterated or misbranded foods, drugs, 
and liquors, and regulating traffic therein]. 
Dec. 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 143, 59th Cong. 
2d sees. In v. 48; 8151.) 

Hearing before commission appointed by 

Secretaries of Treasury, Commerce and Labor, 
and Agriculture to make rules and regulations 
for carrying into effect provisions of foods and 
drugs act approved June 30, 1906 [notice]. 
[1906.] 4 p. 

Rules and regulations [adopted by commis- 
sion representing Treasury, Agriculture, and 
Commerce and Labor Departments] for en- 
forcement of food and drugs act. [Oct. 17, 
1906.] 20 p. (Circular 21.) 

AnimRl Industry Bureau. Communication in 
connection with estimate of appropriation for 
bureau. Jan. 9, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 335, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 46; 4986.) 

Estimate of deficiency appropriation for 

bureau. Dec. 18, 1905. 2 p. (H. doc. 254, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 46; 4986.) 

Appropriations. Agriculture and Forestry 
Committee. Appropriation bill, hearings [Jan. 
30-Feb . 13, 1907] on H . 24815, maki ng appropria- 
tions for Department, 1908. 1907. 181+[4]p. 

Hearings [May 7-15, 1906] on H. 18537, 

making appropriations for Department, 1907. 
1906. 112 p. 

Agriculture Committee. Hearings [Jan. 

12-Feb. 21, 1906] on bills relating to Depart- 
ment. 1906. 820 p. 

Hearings [Dec. 12, 1906-Jan. 19, 1907] 

on estimates of appropriations for Department, 
1908, also on free seed distribution and other 
matters relating to Department. 1907. 436 p. 

Proctor, Redfield. Report from Com- 
mittee on Agriculture and Forestry, amending 
H. 18537, making appropriations for Depart- 
ment, 1907. May 22, 1906. 2 p. (S.rp.3791, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4908.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 669. 

Report from Committee on Agriculture 

and Forestry, amending H. 24815, making ap- 
propriations for Department, 1908. Feb. 13, 
1907 . 2 p. (S. rp. 6645, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 1; 8060.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1256. 

Wadsworth, J. W. Conference report on 

H. 18537, making appropriations for Depart- 
ment, 1907. June 28, 1906. 7 p. (H. rp. 
5072, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 4908.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 669. 

Report from Committee on Agricul- 
ture, submitting H. 18537, making appropria- 
tions for Department, 1907. Apr. 23, 1906. 

2 p. (H. rp. 3468 [pt. 1], 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 2; 4907.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 669. 

Report from Committee on Agricul- 
ture, submitting H. 24815, making appropria- 
tions for Department, 1908. Jan. 23, 1907. 

3 p. (H. rp. 6597, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
1; 8064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1256. 

Archaeology, Prehistoric. Uniform rules and 
regulations prescribed by Secretaries of In- 
terior, Agriculture, and War, to carry out pro- 
visions of act for preservation of American an- 



Agriculture. Department— Continued. 

tiquities, approved June 8, 1906. [Dec. 28, 
1906, published 1907.] 3 p. 

Building. Estimate of appropriation for con- 
tinuing construction of building for Depart- 
ment. Jan. 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 309, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 46; 4986.) 

Report on new Department buildings, 1905. 

(In Agriculture Dept. Reports, 1905. 1905 
[1906]. p. 525-528.) 

Same, separate. 1905(1906]. iii + 525- 

528 p. 

Same, with title, Report on new building 

operations, 1906. Dec. 15, 1906. 8 p. 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 675-678.) 

Catalogue cards. See, in main alphabet, Cat- 
alogue cards. 

Cattle. Amendment 1-4 to Regulations of Sec- 
retary of Agriculture governing inspection, 
disinfection, certification, treatment, handling, 
and method and manner of delivery and ship- 
ment of live stock which is subject of interstate 
commerce [under acts approved May 29, 1884, 
Feb. 2, 1903, and Mar. 3, 1905]. Aug. 30, 
1905-June 16, 1906. 

[Bureau of Animal Industry] order 46 

amendments 2, 3, 109 amendments 4-7, 125 
amendments 2-8, 129 amendment 1, 130 
amendments 2-17, 133-135, 135 amendment 1, 
136, 137, 137 amendments 1-10, 138-144, 144 
amendment 1, 145, 146; Apr. 5, 1905-May 15, 
1907. 

Same 46 amendment 2, 109 amendments 

4-6, 125 amendments 2-4, 129 amendment 1, 
130 amendments 2-14, 133-135, 135 amend- 
ment 1. (In Animal Industry Bureau. 22d 
report, 1905. Apr. 6, 1907. p. 311-347.) [For 
amendment 1 to order 125, amendment 1 to 
order 126, order 131 and amendments 1-13 
thereto, and order 132, in separate form, see 
Document catalogue of the 58th Congress.] 

Same 46 amendment 3, 109 amendment 7, 

125 amendments 5-8, 130 amendments 15, 16, 
136, 137, 137 amendments 1-7, 138-141. (In 
Animal Industry Bureau. 23d report, 1906. 
Feb. 28, 1908. p. 346-405.) [Consist of orders 
concerning inspection, transportation, and 
quarantine of cattle, etc. Order 129 amend- 
ment 1 relates to importation of hay and straw 
from continental Europe, order 130 amend- 
ments 2-17, and order 136 relate to associations 
of breeders of purebred live stock, etc., orders 
133-135, 135 amendment 1, 138, 140 and 141 
relate to importation of animals for exhibition 
purposes, and order 137 and amendments 1-10 
thereto relate to regulations of Department 
governing meat inspection.] 

Bureau of Animal Industry rule 1 [amend- 
ment 1], rule 1 revision 1, rule 1 revision 1 
[amendments 1-9], rule 2 [amendments 1, 2], 
rule 5; Aug. 30, 1905-Feb. 4, 1907. [Consist of 
rules to prevent spread of contagious and in- 
fectious diseases of animals.] 

Same rule 1 [amendment 1], rule 2 [amend- 
ment 1], rule 5. (In Animal Industry Bureau. 
22d report, 1905. Apr. 6, 1907. passim.) 

Same rule 1 revision 1, rule 1 revision 1 

(amendments 1-8], rule 2 [amendment 2]. (In 
Animal Industry Bureau. 23d report, 1906. 
Feb. 28, 1908. passim.) 



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Agriculture Department— Continued. 
Circular 14-23. 

14. Adultantlooof alfalfa and red clover seed. [Oct. 23, 

1906.) 2 p. 

15. Adulteration of Kentucky bluegrass and orchard 

grass seed. (Feb. 7, 1908.1 5 p. 

16. Galloway, B. T. Tests of commercial cultures of 

nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Mar. 6, 1906. lp. (Plant 
Industry Bureau.) 

17. Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. Stand- 

ards of purity for food products, supplementing 
[Agriculture Department] Ciroular 13, supplemental 
proclamation; [prepared by committee on food 
standards. Association of Official Agricultural Chem- 
ists and Interstate Food Commission], liar. 8, 
1006. 7 p. 

18. Adulteration of red clover seed. May 19. 1906. 1 p. 

19. Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. Stand- 

ards of purity for food products, superseding [Agri- 
culture Department] Circulars 13 and 17, supple- 
mental proclamation; [prepared by oommlttee on 
food standards. Association of Official Agricultural 
Chemists and Interstate Food Commission]. June 
26,1908. 19 p. 

20. Galloway, B. T. Adulteration of alfalfa seed. [Aug. 

6, 1908.] 2 p. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

21. Rules and regulations[adopted by commission repre- 

senting Treasury, Agriculture, and Commerce and 
Labor Departments] for enforcement of food and 
drugs act. (Oct. 17, 1906.] 20 p. 

22. Report on statements of Cyril O. Hopkins relative to 

Bureau of Soils. Mar. 23, 1907. 12 p. 

23. Agriculture in our industries. May IS, 1907. 8 p. 

Coal. Statement relative to coal purchased 
during [1906] for use of Department. Jan. 3, 
1907. 10 p. (8. doc. 164, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 3; 5070.) 

Directory for farmers, corrected to Apr. 1, 1906, 
with weather conditions, crop injuries, etc., 
for 1905. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 
1905. 1906. p. 563-655, 5 il. 3 maps.) [Con- 
tains organization of Department, lists of agri- 
cultural colleges and experiment stations, 
State officials in charge of agriculture, and 
breeders' associations, and review of agricul- 
tural conditions for the year, etc.] 

Same, separate. [1906.] ii + 563-655 p. 5 il. 
3 maps. 

Same [without review of agricultural conditions], 
corrected to Apr. 1, 1907. (In Agriculture 
Dept. Yearbook, 1906. 1907. p. 453-472.) 

Same, separate. 1907. iii + 453-472 p. 

Diseases of plants. Civil Service Commission. 
Scientific assistant in veterinary zoology, male, 
Department of Agriculture [announcement of 
examination] May 22, 23, 1907. Apr. 16, 1907. 
[2] p. 4" 

Plant pathologist, male. Department 

of Agriculture [announcement of examination] 
May 15, 1907. Apr. 15, 1907. 1 p. 4° 

Employees. Circular letter to chiefs of bureaus, 
divisions, offices, and Forest Service [relative 
to requests to be made on Civil Service Com- 
mission for stenographers and typewriters]. 
Feb. 26, 1907. 1 p. 4° 

Circular letter [to employees of Depart- 
ment, stating that hereinafter in making up 
time for annual leave, Sundays, holidays, and 
half holidays will not be charged against time 
taken]. June 22, 1907. 1 p. 4° 

Statement of appointments, promotions, or 

changes in salaries paid from lump sums [July 
1-Dec. 31, 1905]. Jan. 6, 1906. 115 p. (H. 
doc. 326, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 46; 4986.) 

Same, [Jan.-Dec. 19061. Jan. 7, 1907. 

479 p. (H. doc. 439, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In 
v. 92; 5186.) 



Agriculture Department — Continued. 

Employees. Statement of persons employed un- 
der meat-inspection law and their compensa- 
tion and expenses, July-Dec. 1906. Feb. 27, 
1907 . 70 p. (H. doc. 759, 59th Cong. 2d sees. 
In v. 53; 5166.) 

President of United States. Executive 

order [amending Executive order of June 13, 
1907, concerning holding of office under State 
or Territorial government by officers and em- 
ployees of Forest Service and Biological Sur- 
vey, so as to allow other officers and employees 
of Department of Agriculture to hold State and 
Territorial positions, and State and Territorial 
officials, unless prohibited by law, to receive 
appointments under Department of Agricul- 
ture]. June 26, 1907. 1 p. f° 

Expenditures. Expenditures in Department 
op Agriculture Committee.. Hearings [Jan. 
5-Feb. 20, 1907]. 1907. 1179 p. 

LrrTLEPiELD, C. E. Report of Committee 

on Expenditures in Department of Agriculture; 
with views of minority. 1907. 64 p. (H. rp. 
8147, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 5066.) [1st 
edition, 60 pages, incorrectly printed.] 

Fanners' bulletin 42, 44, 51, 63, 64, 85, 93, 112, 
113, 121, 128, [revised editions], 142 [2d re- 
vised edition], 165 [revised edition], 183, 192, 
revised [editions], 227, 247, 247, revised edi- 
tion, 248-301. 

42. Pearson, R. A. Facts about milk. Revised [edi- 
tion]. 1906. 32 p. 10 U. (Animal Industry Bu- 
reau.) 

44. Voorhees, E. B. Commercial fertilisers, composition 
and use. Revised [edition]. Mar. 1906. 87 p. 
(Experiment Stations Office.) 

£1. Howard, O. E. Standard varieties of chickens; re- 
vised Oct. 1908, by G. Arthur BeU. [Revised edi- 
tion.] Apr. 18, 1907. 46 + 11 p. 26 11. (Animal 
Industry Bureau.) 

63. Pearson, R. A. Care of milk on farm. Revised Sept. 

1906. Dec. 15, 1906. 40 p. 11 H. (Animal Industry 
Bureau.) 

64. Howard, 0. E. Ducks and geese, standard varieties 

and management; revised by O . Arthur Bell. [Re- 
vised edition.] Apr. 1906. 55 p. 32 11. (Animal 
Industry Bureau.) 
85. Langworthy, C. F. Fish as food. Revised Mar. 
12, 1907. Apr. 6, 1907. 32 p. (Experiment Sta- 
tions Office.) 

93. Abel, Mrs. M. H. Sugar as food. Revised Nov. 15, 
1906. Dec. 21, 1908. 31 p. (Experiment Stations 
Office.) 

112. Atwater.H.W. Bread and principles of bread mak- 
ing. Revised Oct. 15, 1906. 1906. 40p.7U. (Ex- 
periment Stations Office.) 

118. Brackctt, G. B. Apple and how to grow it. Re- 
vised Mar. 1907. Apr. 5, 1907. 32 p. 1011. (Plant 
Industry Bureau.) 

121. Abel, Mrs. M. H. Beans, peas, and other legumes as 
food. Revised Nov. 15, 1906. 1906. 38 + II p. 10 
11. (Experiment Stations Office.) 

128. Langworthy, C. F. Eggs and their uses as food. 
Revised Nov. 10, 1906. Dec. 20, 1906. 40 p. (Ex- 
periment Stations Office.) 

142. Atwater, W.O. Principles of nutrition and nutritive 
value of food, corrected to Apr. 5, 1906. [2d revised 
edition.] 1906. 48 p. 2 II. (Experiment Stations 
Office.) 

165. Kelly, H. A. Silkworm culture; revised by C. T. 

Gllliss. [Revised edition.] 1903 [1906]. 32 p. 1511. 
183. Boss, Andrew. Meat on farm, butchering, curing, 

and keeping. Revised Sept. 1908. 1906. 37 p. 35 

11. (Animal Industry Bureau.) 
192. Beal, W. H. Barnyard manure, corrected May 10, 

1906. 1906. 32 p. 4 II. (Experiment Stations 

Office.) [Revision of Farmers' bulletin 21.] 

227. Experiment Stations Office. Experiment station 

work 30. 1905. 32 p. 211. 

228. Clothier, 0. L. Forest planting and farm manage- 

ment. 1905. 22 p. 3 if (Forest Servioe.) 

229. Hartley, C. P. Production of good seed corn; with 

appendix on Selection and care of seed corn, by 
Herbert J. Webber. 1905. 23 p. 10 II. (Plant In- 
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Agriculture Department— Continued. 
Termers' bulletin — Continued. 

230. Palmer. T. 8., Oldys, Henry, and Williams, K. W„ 

t, Game laws for 1005, summary of provisions re- 
ting to seasons, shipment, sale, and Hoe rises. 
190S. 64 p. 811. (Biological Survey Bureau.) 

231. Orton, W. A. Spraying for cucumber and melon 

diseases. 1905. 24 p. g 11. (Plant Industry Bu- 
reau.) 

232. Beattie, W. R. Okra, Its culture and uses. 1905. 

16 p. 811. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

233. Experiment Stations Office. Experiment station 

work 81. 1906. 32 p. 5 11. 
284. Langwortby, C. F. Guinea fowl and its use as food. 

1905. 24 p. 3 II. (Experiment Stations Office.) 
235. Wormeley, P. L., Jr. C5ement mortar and concrete, 

preparation and use for farm purposes. 1906. 32 

Wp. 1411. (Public Roads Office.) 
ood, R. H. Incubation and incubators. 1905. 
31 p. 11 II. (Animal Industry Bureau.) 

237. Experiment Stations Office. Experiment station 

work 32. 1905. 32 p. 611. . 

238. Rolfs, P. H. Citrus fruit growing in Gulf States. 

1906. 48 p. 1711. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

239. Cusbman, A. S. Corrosion of fence wire. 1905. 31 

p. (Public Roads Office.) 

240. Kellerman, K. F., and Robinson, T. R. Inoculation 

of legumes. 1905. 7 p. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

241. Webster, E. H. Butter making on farm. 1905. 

31 p. (Animal Industry Bureau.) (Supersedes 
Farmers' bulletin 67.] 

242. SpQlman, W. J. Example of model farming. 1906. 

16 p. 5 II. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

243. Walfe.M.B. Fungicides and their use In preventing 

diseases of fruits. 1906. 32 p. 17 II. (Plant In- 
dustry Bureau.) 

244. Experiment Stations Office. Experiment station 

work 83. 1906. 32 p. 6 II. 

245. SplUman, W. J. Renovation of worn-out soils. 

1906. 16 p. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

246. Ball, C. R. Saocharine sorghums for forage. 1906. 

87 p. 7 II. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

247. Marlatt, C. L., and Orton, W. A. Control of codling 

moth and apple scab. 1906. (22) p. 9 U. (Pre- 
pared by cooperation of Entomology Bureau and 
Plant Industry Bureau.] 

Same. Revised edition, Aug. 1906. 1906. 

23p.9ll. 

248. Corbett, L. C. Lawn. 1906. 20 p. 5 11. (Plant In- 

dustry Bureau.) 

249. Woods, C. D., and Snyder, Harry. Cereal breakfast 

foods. 1906. 86p. (Experiment Stations Office.) 

250. Swingle, W. T. Prevention of stroking smut of 

wheat and loose smut of oats. 1908. 16 p. 7 11. 
(Plant Industry Bureau.) 

251. Experiment Stations Office. Experiment station 

work 34. 1906. 32 p. 111. 

252. Hubbard, W. F. Maple sugar and sirup. 1906. 86 

p. 911. (Forest Service.) 
263. Duvel, J. W. T. Germination of seed com. 1906. 
16 p. 4 11. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

254. Corbett, L. C. Cucumbers. 1906. 30 p. 14 11. 

(Plant IndustryBureau.) 

255. Beattie, W. R. Home vegetable garden. 1906. 47 

p. 34 11. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

256. Parloa, Maria. Preparation of vegetables for table. 

1906. 48 J>. (Experiment Stations Office.) 
267. Whitney, Milton. Soil fertility, address delivered 
before Rich Neck Farmers' Club of Queen Anne 
County, Md. 1906. 39 p. 2 11. (Soils Bureau.) 

258. Mohler.J.R. Texas or tick fever and its prevention. 

1908. 45 p. 6 II. ( Animal Industry Bureau.) 

259. Experiment Stations Office. Experiment station 

work 36. 1906. 32 p. 3 11. 
290. Brown, Edgar, and Hillman, F. H. Seed of red 
clover and Its impurities. 1906. 24p.3911. (Plant 
Industry Bureau.) 

261. Mayer, August. Cattle tick in Its relation to southern 

agriculture. 1906. 22 p. (Animal Industry Bu- 
reau.) 

262. Experiment Stations Office. Experiment siatlon 

work 36. 1009. 32 p. 2 II. 

263. For tier, Samuel. Practical Inform il Ion fur : dinners 

In Irrigation. 1906, 40 p. 2511. (ExporlmentSta- 

tlons Ollice.) 

264. Howard. L. O. Brown-tull moth ami how to control 

It. 1909. 22 p. 10 il. (Kntomolojrj- Bureau.) 

266, palmer, T. 8., and Williams. R. W„ Jr. Game laws 
for lPOti. summary of provisions relating to seasons, 
shipment, sale, anil licenses. hmh, S4 p. 4 11. 
(BfoloEfctu Survey Bureau.) 

266. Fallver, G. H. MansKenirat of soils vrtserve 
moisture, with special reference to scmiarld condi- 
tions. 1909. SO + U p. 7 11. (Soils Bureau.) 

967. Experiment Stations office. Experiment station 

work S7. lBOtt. 32 p. 1 1!. 

968. W Hey, H. W . Industrial alcohol, sources end manu- 

facture. 1906, 46 + It p. 10 il. (Chemistry Bu- 
reau.) 



Agriculture Department— Continued 
Farmers' bulletin— Continued. 

269. Wiley, H. W. Industrial alcohol, uses -»nd statistics. 

1906. 29 + Up. 10 U. (Chemistry Bureau.) 

270. Wilson, E. T. Modern conveniences for farm home. 

1906. 48 p. 2611. (Experiment SUtions Office.) 

271. Hunter, Byron. Forage-crop practises In western 

Oregon and western Washington. Dec. 81, 1906. 
39 p. 4 11. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

272. Splilman, W. J. Successful hog and seed-corn farm. 

Dec. 16, 1906. 16p.SU. ( Plant Irdustry Bureau.) 

273. Experiment Stations Office. Experiment station 

work 38. Dec. 19, 1906. 32 p. 4 11. 

274. BoUev, H. L. Flax culture; extracved from report 

of Bolley by WUllam L. Marcy. Feb. 28, 1907. 
36 + il p. 11 II. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 
276. Howard, X. O. Gipsy moth and how to control it. 
Ian. 18, 1907. 22 + U p. 7 U. (Entomology Bu- 
reau.) 

276. Experiment Stations Office. Experiment station 

work 39. Mar. 11, 1907. 32 p. 2 A. 

277. Lucke, C. E., and Woodward, 8. M. Use of alcohol 

and gasoline In farm engines. Feb. 16, 1907. 40 p. 
12 11. (Experiment SUtions Office.) 

278. Piper, C. V. Leguminous crops for green manuring. 

Apr. 3, 1907. 27 + U p. 14 U. (Plant Industry 
Bureau.) 

279. Cates, J. 8.. and Splilman, W. J. Method of eradi- 

cating Johnson grass. Apr. 6, 1907. 16 p. 8 IL 
(Plant Industry Bureau.) 

280. Carrier, Lyman. Profitable tenant dairy farm. 

Apr. 29, 1907. 16 p. 3 11. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

281. Experiment Stations Office. Experiment station 

work 40. Apr. 10, 1907. 32 p. 

282. Beattie, W. R. Celery. Apr. 80, 1907. 36 + U p. 

16 U. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

283. Scott, W. M., and Qualntance, A. L. Spraying for 

apple diseases and codling moth In Oiarks. Apr. 
29,1907. 42 + 11 p. 711. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

284. Qualntance, A. L., and Shear, C. L. Insect and 

fungous enemies of grape east of Rocky Mountains. 
May 10, 1907. 48 p. 3511. (Entomology Bureau.) 

285. Webber, H. J., and Boykin, E. B. Advantage of 

planting heavy cotton seed. Apr. 18, 1907. 16 p. 
6 il. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

286. Boykin, E. B. Comparative value of whole cotton 

seed and cotton-seed meal In fertilising cotton. 
May 11, 1907. 14 + U p. 2 U. (Plant Industry 
Bureau.) 

287. Bell, O. A. Poultry management. June 29, 1907. 

48 p. 14 II. (Animal Industry Bureau.) 

288. Warburton, C. W. Nonsaccharine sorghums. Apr. 

27, 1907. 28 + 11 p. 9 II. ( Plant Industry Bureau.) 

289. Corbett, L. C. Beans. Apr. 30, 1907. 28 + Up. 12 

11. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

290. Blshopp, F. C, and Jones, C. R. Cotton bollworm, 

summary of its life history and habits, with some 
results of investigations in 1905 and 1906. May 10, 

1907. 32 p. 4 11. (Entomology Bureau.) 

291. Gould, H. P. Evaporation of apples. May 22, 1907. 

38 + ii p. 16 U. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

292. Carrier, Lyman. Cost of filling silos. May 22, 1907. 

15 p. 3 II. ( Plant Industry Bureau.) 

293. Langworthy, C. F. Use of fruit as food. May 25, 

1907. 38 + U p. 1 U. (Experiment Stations 
Office.) 

294. Hunter, Byron. Farm practice in Columbia Basin 

uplands. June 14, 1907. 30 + U p. 9 U. (Plant 
Industry Bureau.) 
296. Langworthy, C. F. Potatoes and other root crops as 
food. June 18, 1907. 45 + Up.4U. (Experiment 
Stations Office.) 

296. Experiment Stations Office. Experiment station 

work 41. June 19, 1907. 32 p. 4 ft. 

297. Lanti, D. E. Methods of destroying rats. May 31, 

1907. 8 p. 1 II. (Biological Survev Bureau.) 

298. Woods, CD. Food value of corn arid corn products. 

July 12, 1907. 40 p. 2 U. (Experiment Stations 
Office.) 

299. Brodie, D. A., and McClelland, C. K. Diversified 

farming under plantation system. June 18, 1907. 
14 + il p. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

300. Tracy, S. M. Some Important grasses and forage 

plants for Gulf Coast region. June 29, 1907. 16 p. 
5 il. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

301. Mitchell, G. F. Home-grown tea. June 29, 1907. 

16 p. 4 U. ( Plant Industry Bureau. ) 

Publications Division. Farmers' bulle- 
tin subject index. Oct. 29, 1906. 13 p. 
• (Circular 4.) 

Same, revised to include Bulletin 273. 

Jan. 19, 1907. 15 p. (Circular 4 [revised].) 

Farmers' bulletins [available for dis- 
tribution]. July 27, 1905. 1 p. narrow f° 

Same. Oct. 3, 1905. 1 p. narrow f° 



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Agriculture Department — Continued. 

Farmers' bulletin— Continued. 

Publications Division. Same. Dee. 16, 

1905. 1 p. narrow £° 

Same. Jan. 10, 1906. 1 p. narrow f» 

Same. Mar. 8, 1906. 1 p. narrow f» 

Same. Mar. 22, 1907. 3 p. ([Pub- 
lication] 565.) 

Same. May 16, 1907. 3 p. ([Pub- 
lication] 570.) 

Farmere' bulletins 226-250, [title-page] 

contents, and index. 1906. viii + 15 p. 
([Publication] 541.) 

Farmers' institutes. Amoss, W. L. Coopera- 
tion [of farmers' institutes] with national De- 
partment of Agriculture. (In Experiment 
Stations Office. Bulletin 165. 1906. p. 75, 76.) 

Farms. Estimate of appropriation [from De- 
partment and Geological SurveyJ for establish- 
ment of demonstration farms in connection 
with reclamation projects. Dec. 15, 1905. 9 p. 
(H. doc. 213, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 46; 
4986.) 

Food. Food inspection decision 65, Labeling of 
whisky, blends, compounds, and imitations 
thereof [opinion of Attorney-General]. Apr. 
12, 1907. 16 p. [For decisions 27-64, 66-68, 
see, in main alphabet, Chemistry Bureau. 
For decisions 69-73, see, in main alphabet, 
Food and Drug Inspection Board.] 

Forest reserves. Estimate of amount of money 
collected from sale of timber, etc., upon forest 
reserves. Apr. 12, 1906. 4 p. (S. doc. 315, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 6; 4914.) 

History. Greathousb, C. H. Historical sketch 
of Department, its objects and present organi- 
sation. 1907 . 97 p. 9 il. 3 pi. (Publications 
Division. Bulletin 3, 2d revision.) 

Laboratories. Civil Service Commission. Lab- 
oratory helper, Department of Agriculture 

announcement of examination] May 9, 1907. 
ar. 30, 1907. [2] p. 4° 

Library. Bulletin 37, supplement 1, 55, 57-63. 
37, supplement 1. Supplement 1, 1901-06, to Catalogue of 
periodicals and other serial publications, exclusive of 
U. B. Government publications, in library. June 29, 
1907. 217 p. 

55. Catalogue of publications relating to entomology In 

library. 1906. 562 p. 
57-63. Accessions to Department library, July, 1905-June, 

1907. IQuarterly.) 

Duplicate publications available for ex- 
change Nov. 2, 1905. [1905.] 9 p. 

Same. Mar. 12, 1906. [1906.] 19 p. 

List of desiderata. Nov. 1905. 11 p. 

[Notice relative to free distribution of 

Stinted catalogue cards for publications of 
lepartment.] Apr. 23, 1906. 1 p. 

Report of librarian, 1905. (In Agriculture 

Dept. Reports, 1905. 1905 [1906]. p. 419-422.) 

Same, separate. 1905. iii + 419-422 p. 

Same, 1906. Dec. 15, 1906. 8 p. 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 553- 

556.) 

VcClellan, George B. Special order to chiefs of 
bureaus, divisions, and offices [promulgating 
Executive order excusing from duty members 
of societies of armies of Potomac, Tennessee, 
Cumberland, and Ohio, of Grand Army of the 
Republic, Sons of Veterans, and Loyal Legion 



Agriculture Department—Continued. 

employed in District of Columbia in Execu- 
tive Departments and independent Govern- 
ment establishments, on May 2, 1907, to attend 
corps meetings of societies and unveiling of 
statue of McClellan]. Apr. 29, 1907. 1 p. 4° 
Hail. Report of mail entered at Washington 
post-office from Department, July-Dec. 1906, 
under penalty provision. Jan. 10, 1907 . 2 p. 
(H. doc. 454, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 51; 
6164.) 

Meat inspection. Bureau of Animal Industry 
meat inspection rulings 1A. Oct. 29, 1906. 
3 p. 

— — Same. (In Animal Industry Bureau. 23d 
report, 1906. Feb. 28, 1908. p. 389, 390.) 

Orders. General order 86-88, 88 supplement, 
89-113; SerJt. 7, 1905-June 19, 1907. Each 
1 p. 4° [Mainly confined to routine business 
of Department. 86-89, 93 and 112 are Execu- 
tive orders. Order 101 is narrow f°.] 

Organization of Department [Apr. 1, 1906]. (In 
Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1905. 1906. 
p. 563-567.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Directory for 
farmers, 1905. [1906.]) 

Same [Apr. 1, 1907]. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Yearbook, 1906. 1907. p. 453-457.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Directory for 
farmere, 1906.) 

Parasites. Regulation 1; Regulation permit- 
ting entry, under certain conditions, from 
Europe into United States of parasites of gypsy 
moth, parasites of brown tail moth, parasitized 
gypsy moths, and parasitized brown tail moths. 
Nov. 21, 1905. lp. 

Printing. Printing Joint Committee^ j De- 
partment of Agriculture [reply to questions of 
committee relating to printing of Department]. 
[1906.] 4 p. 

Publications. Agriculture Department. [No- 
tice relative to free distribution of printed 
catalogue cards for publications of Depart- 
ment.] Apr. 23, 1906. 1 p. 

Card Section. Cards for publications of 

Department. Apr. 21, 1906. p. 79-82. (Bulle- 
tin 14.) 

Publications Division. List of bulle- 
tins and circulars issued by Department and 
available for free distribution; corrected to 
Jury 1, 1905. [1905.] 38 p. ([Publication] 
247, 13th edition.) 

Same; corrected to Apr. 1, 1906. [1906.] 

39 p. ([Publication] 247, 14th edition.) 

Monthly list of publications [of Depart- 
ment], July, 1905-June, 1907. ([Publication] 
517, 519, 520, 522, 527, 529, 531, 533-536, 538, 
640, 543, 546, 647, 552, 555, 559, 562, 567, 569, 
672,575.) 

— Same, [for] foreign distribution: July, 

1905-June, 1907. [Monthly lists for foreign 
distribution bear the same publication num- 
bers as the other Monthly lists with the excep- 
tion of issue for Oct. 1906, which is 549.] 

Publications [of Department] for free 

distribution. Oct. 10, 1906. 48 p. (Circular 
2, revised to Oct. 1, 1906.) 

Same. Jan. 15, 1907 . 62 p. (Circu- 
lar 2, revised to Jan. 15, 1907.) 



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Agriculture Department — Continued. 
Publications. Publications Division. Pub- 
lications of Department for sale by superin- 
tendent of documents; corrected to Mar. 1, 
1906. 1906. 74 p. ([Publication] 179, 13th 
edition.) 

Publications [of Department] for sale 

[by superintendent of documents]. [1907.] 
79 p. (Circular 3, revised to Oct. 1, 1906.) 

Same. [1907.] 87 p. (Circular 3, 

revised to June 1, 1907.) 

Report of editor [with list of publica- 
tions of year], 1905. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Reports, 1905. 1905 [1906]. p. 327-404.) 

Same, separate. 1905. ii + 327-404 p. 

Same, 1906. Jan. 3, 1907. 94 p. 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 

451-540.) 

Report 81-84. 

81. Report of Secretary of Agriculture. 1903. 1906. 100 p. 

82. Progress of beet-sugar industry In United States In 

1905. 1909. 130p.SU. 

Same. (8. doc. 418, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 7; WS.) 

Same. Landis, C. B. Report from Committee on 
Printing, submitting H. J. R. 186, relative to print- 
ing of Progress of beet-sugar Industry [in 19051, as 
substitute for H. C. R. 87. June 29, 1906. 1 p. 
f H. rp. 6089, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 4908.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. l,p. 839. 

83. Report of Secretary of Agriculture, 1906. Dec. 24, 

1906. 94p. 

84. Progress of beet-sugar Industry In United States In 

1906. May 26, 1907. 135 p. 
Same. (H. doc. 799, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 92; 
MM.) 

Report of Secretary, 1905. 1905. 100 p. 

(Report 81.) 
Same. (In Abridgment, 1905. 1906. v. 2, 

p. 1901-2014.) 
Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 

1905. 1906. p. 9-122.) 

Same, with additions. 1905. 132 p. 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Reports, 

1905. 1905 [1906]. p. vii-cxxxiv.) 
Same, 1906. 1906. 112 p. 

Same. Dec. 24, 1906. 94 p. (Report 83.) 

Same. (In Abridgment, 1906. 1907. v. 2, 

p. 1905-2016.) 
Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Reports, 

1906. 1907. p. 7-100.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 

1906. 1907. p. 9-120.) 

Annual reports of Department, 1905. 1905 

[1906]. cxxxiv + 569 p. 2 il. 

Same. (H. doc. 6, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In 

v. 25; 4965.) 

Same, 1906. 1907. 698 p. 1 il. 

Same. (H. doc. 6, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In 

v. 21; 5124.) 

Rules and regulations governing Department, in 
response to resolution adopted by Senate Feb. 
1, 1907. Feb. 26, 1907. 2 pts. 317 + 325 p. il. 
(S. doc. 398, 2 pts., 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
23, 24 ; 6090, 5091.) 

Scientific assistant. Civil Service Commission. 
Scientific assistant, Department of Agriculture 
[amended announcement of examination] Apr. 
17,18,1907. Mar. 22, 1907. 1 p. 4" 

Secretary. Hardwick, T. W. Report from 
Committee on Election of President, Vice- 
President, and Representatives in Congress, 
favoring H. 7120, to further provide for Presi- 
dential succession [so as to include Secretary 



Agriculture Department — Continued. 

of Agriculture and Secretary of Commerce and 
Labor in order of creation of- their respective 
offices]. Feb. 8, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 7581, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 5065.) 
Seeds. Treasury Department. Samples of 
seeds for Department of Agriculture. July 5, 

1906. 1 p. 4° (Dept. circular 68, 1906; 
Division of Customs.) 

Territories. Special order to chiefs of bureaus, 
divisions, and offices [promulgating Executive 
order that on and after June 1, 1907, all official 
communications or reports from and to execu- 
tive officers of Territories and Territorial pos- 
sessions of United States, and all official com- 
munications or reports relating to Territorial 
matters from and to executive officers of United 
States stationed in such Territories and Terri- 
torial possessions shall be transmitted through 
Secretary of Interior]. May 16, 1907. 1 p. 4" 

Traveling expenses. Special order [to] chiefs of 
scientific bureaus and independent offices 
[concerning traveling expenses]. June 17, 

1907. lp. 4° 

Yearbook, [calendar year] 1905. 1906. 816 p. 
130 il. 69 pi. 4 maps. [Comprises the annual 
report of the Secretary for 1905, 30 papers on 
agricultural topics, and an appendix of statis- 
tical and other information. The articles are 
also published separately. See, for each 
article, its subject and author.] 

Same. (H. doc. 892, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
105; 5046.) 

Same, 1906. 1907 . 720 p. 22 il. 1 por. 40 pi. 3 
maps. [Comprises the annual report of the 
Secretary for 1906, 29 papers on agricultural 
topics, and appendix of statistical and other 
information. The articles are also published 
separately. See, for each article, its subject 
and author.] 

Same. (H. doc. 813, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
105; 5208.) 

See also, in main alphabet, the following divi- 
sions, etc., under this Department: Accounts 
and Disbursements Division— Alaska Agricul- 
tural Experiment Stations — Animal Industry 
Bureau — Appointment Clerk — Biological Sur- 
vey Bureau — Chemistry Bureau— Crop-Esti- 
mating Board— Entomology Bureau— Experi- 
ment Stations Office — Food and Drug Inspec- 
tion Board— Forest Service — Hawaii Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station— Plant Industry 
Bureau— Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment 
Station— Public Roads Office — Publications 
Division — Soils Bureau — Statistics Bureau — 
Weather Bureau. 

Agriculture Department Expenditures Com- 
mittee. See Expenditures in Department of 
Agriculture Committee. 

Agronomy. See Agriculture. 

Aguacate. See Avocado. 

Agur, Thomas A. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 674, to increase 
pension of Agur. Apr. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 3033, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1821. 
McCcmbeh, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 674, to 
increase pension of Agur. Mar. 26, 1906. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 2010, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1821. 



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Agusan River. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey. Aguaan River 
Entrance, north coast of Mindanao, P. I., scale 
1:20,000; with inset, Nasipit Harbor, north 
coast of Mindanao, scale 1:15,000; chart 4647. 
Jan. 1907. 27.3 X 80.7 and 10.3 X 10.6 m. 

Mouth of Agusan River, north coast of Min- 
danao, reconnaissance by U. S. Navy in 1901. 
Scale 1:20,000. 6 X 8.2 in. (On Coast and 
Geodetic Survey. Mindanao; chart 4644. 
July, 1905.) 

Ahem, George Patrick. Compilation of notes j 
on India rubber and gutta-percha [with bibli- 
ography]. Manila, 1906. 40 p. 2 il. map. | 
(Phflippine Islands, Forestry Bureau. Bui- ' 
letin 3.) 

Same, without map. Feb. 27, 1907. (In S. doc. 
356, p. 25-44, 2 pi., 59th Cong. 2d sess., in v. 5; 
6078.) 

See also, as director, Philippine Islands, For- 
estry Bureau. 

Aid Association for Blind. See District of 
Columbia. 

Aids to navigation. See Light-House Board- 
Lights — Navigation. 

Aiken, Josiah Bailey. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings. Apr. 19, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 345, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 7; 4916.) 

Aiken, Wyatt, Representative from South Car- 
olina. See, for reports from Committee on 
Pensions: 

Abney, Mrs. Julia A. Davis, John G. 

Baker, James W. Davis, Samuel B. 

Baker, Mrs. Susan Davis, Mrs. Temper- 

Balew, Mrs. Elizabeth ance 

Barbee, Mordicai B. Dixon, William 

Barnhlll, Mrs. Sibby Donnald, Mrs. Ella 

Belk, Mrs. Lizzie Downing, Mrs. Ellen 

Billings, Mrs. Martha Dunlap, Mrs. Martha A. 

A. Eastler, Henry C. 

Birthright, Mrs. Louisa Evans, Mrs. Sarah M. 

J. Fox, Mrs. Emily 

Blancett, Robert Galloway, Mrs. Sarah A. 

B lan ding, James D. Game, Mrs. Charlotte 

B landing, Mrs. Sallle Oautier, William H. 

E. Gillespie, William 0. 
Bolt, Mrs. Larsey Griffin, James H. 
Bonham, Mrs. Marie G. Haire, Arthur 

Boon, Bobert Hancher, Mrs. Ellza- 
Boswell, Mrs. Mima A. beth Jane 
Branyan, Joseph J. Hardester, Mrs. Jose- 
Brown, Mrs. Mary E. phine 
Branson, Mrs. Susan Harman, Walter S. 

M. Harris, William T. 

Bryant, John Hathaway, Augustus 

Buchanan, Mrs. Emma Hayman, James H. 

F. Hays, William J. 
Busbee, Mrs. Eliza- Hernandez, Mrs. Susan 

beth B. E. 

Calvert, Mrs. Agnes E. Hill, Henry B. 

Canova, Andrew Hilliard, James B. 

Carter, Mrs. Henrietta Hobbs, Mrs. Mary E. 

G. Hodge, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Chapman, Thomas Hodges, Mrs. Eliza- 
Clinkscales, William beth 

F. Hodges, Mrs. Eliza- 

Cobb, Mrs. Cate E. beth A. 

Coldlng, James L. Holland, Mrs. Sarah E. 

Cook, John Jackson, Andrew 

Coward, Nathan James, Mrs. Margaret 

Cox, Columbus L. 



Aiken, Wyatt— Continued. 
Johnson, Mrs. Mary F. Sogers, Julius D 
Jones, David 0. 
Jones, Joseph A. 
Jones, Mrs. Mahal* 
Jones, Mrs. Mary 0. 



Hose, Daniel M. 
Butledge, Hugh B. 
Bykard, Mrs. Mary Is- 
abella 



Kearney, Mrs. Johanna Salmon, Mrs. Sarah 



Keener, John C. 
Kenney, Mrs. Harriet 
C. 

Kenney, Mrs. Martha 
A. 

Kerr, Mrs. Jane Eliza- 
beth 

Knight, Matthew A. 
Kohler, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Levy, Orlando L. 
Logan, Ransom L. 



Scott, Mrs. Sarah 0. A. 
Shepherd, Willard V. 
Sheppard, Mrs. Sarah 

Louisa 
Bikes, James M. 
Sims, Mrs. Eliza Re- 
becca 

Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth 

C. 

Smith, Lawrenoe B. 
Smith, Orren R. 



Lomax, Mrs'. Angeline Spain, Mrs. Da via D. 



R. 

Long, Mrs. Susan M. 
Lunsford, Levi N. 
McClendon, Francis M. 
McKee, James 
Mackey, Thomas J. 
Maddox, Mrs. Mary E. 
Manney, Mrs. Isabel 



Sparkman,Mrs. Phoebe 
E. 

Spruell, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth 

Stuard, Mrs. Lockey 
Sutherland, Mrs. Mary 
A. 

Tathem, John F. 



Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth Teague, Ambrose T. 



Martin, William 
Mathis, Mrs. Mary T. 



Thomas, Mrs. Hannah 
J. K. 

Thome, Mrs. Delphie 



Mattucks, Mrs. Gatsey Thome, Jesse A. B. 
Meldrim, Mrs. Mary Thurmond, Mrs. Mary 



Jane 

Miller, Mrs. Harriett E. 
Mitchell, Mrs. Mildred 
W. 

Mooney, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth 

Moore, Mrs. Mary C. 
Mundy, Mrs. Mary E. 
Nash, Mrs. Mary Aman- 
da 

Newman, Samuel P. 



Tilton, Mrs. Rhetta 
Florence 

Turner, Mrs. Mary E. 

Tyler, Mrs. Cassia C. 

Van diver, Mrs. Marga- 
ret R. 

Vick, Mrs. Caroline 

Wadsten, Lars F. 

Walker, Mrs. Anna La- 
mar 



O'Connor, Mrs. Minnie Wall, James G. 



C 

O'Neall, Mrs. 

lotteS. 
Oppel, George 
Owens, Mrs. Penina 
Partin, Mrs. Elizabeth 

F. 



Webb, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Char- Weeks, Stephen 

WM taker, Mrs. Ann W. 
Wilkinson, John 
Williams, Mrs. Catha- 
rine 

Williams, Herbert 



Patterson, Mrs. Emma Williams, Mrs. Mary 



Levina 
Williams, Samuel F. 
Williamson, John M. 
Willis, William D. 
Wilson, Mrs. Helon 
Wilson, Mrs. Sarah A. 
Witherspoon, Mrs. 

Eliza Jane 
Woods, William. 



Patterson, Mrs. Mary E 

Perkins, Henry W. 

Powers, James 

Pratt, Mrs. Louise J. 

Price, Mrs. Catharine 

Rivers, Mrs. Mary E. 

Roberts, Henry 

Roberts, John A. 
Aikin, Mrs. Emma C. 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 21769, to pension Mrs. 
Aikin. Feb. 6, 1907. 2 p. (8. rp. 6210, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2484. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 21769, to pension 
Mrs. Aikin. Jan. 21, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 
6468, 59th Cong. 2d-sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2484. 



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Ainsworth, Frederick Crayton. See, ae ad- 
jutant-general, Adj utant-Oeneral' s Depart- 
ment — as military secretary, Military Secre- 
tary's Department— as president of commis- 
sioners, Soldiers' Home, District of Columbia. 

Air. 

Abbe, Cleveland. Atmospheric effects in as- 
tronomical observations. (In Monthly weather 
review, Mar. 1906. June 13, 1906. v. 34, p. 
117, 118.) 

Pressure and rainfall over Indian monsoon 

area. (In Monthly weather review, Apr. 1906. 
June 28, 1906. v. 34, p. 161, 162.) 

Problems in mixtures of air and vapor [with 

notes by Charles F. von Herrmann]. (In 
Monthly weather review, Jan. 1907. Apr. 10, 
1907. v. 35, p. 19-22.) 

Barus, Cabx. Continuous record of atmos- 
pheric nncleation. 1905 [1906). xvi + 226 
p. il. f° (Smithsonian Institution, [publica- 
tion] 1651. In Smithsonian contributions to 
knowledge, v. 34; Hodgkins Fund.) 

Bioelow, F. H. Studies on diurnal periods in 
lower strata of atmosphere. 1905 [1906]. 
iii -j-51 p. il. 4° (Weather Bureau.) [From 
Monthly weather review, Feb.-May, July and 
Aug. 1905.] 

Bowie, E. H. Relation between storm move- 
ment and pressure distribution. (In Monthly 
weather review, Feb. 1906. May 14, 1906. 
v. 34, p. 61-64, 2 il.) 

Clayton, H. H. Lifting power of ascending 
currents of air. (In Monthly weather review, 
Sept. 1905. Nov. 29, 1905. v. 33, p. 390, 391.) 

Hanzlik, Stanislav. Relations between veloc- 
ities of progression of lows and areas of rising 
and falling pressure accompanying them. (In 
Monthly weather review, May, 1906. Aug. 22, 
1906. v. 34, p. 205-209, 2 il.) 

Loveland, G. A. Supplying moisture in con- 
nection with artificial heating. (In Monthly 
weather review, May, 1905. July 31, 1905. 
v. 33, p. 208.) 

Marvin, C. F ; Glaisher's factors and Ferrel's 
psychrometric formula. (In Monthly weather 
review, May, 1906. Aug. 22, 1906. v. 34, 
p. 209-212, 2 il.) 

Proctor, F. VV. Vertical air currents. (In 
Monthly weather review, Feb. 1906. May 14, 
1906. v. 34, p. 78.) 

See, T. J. J. Height of atmosphere determined 
from time of disappearance of blue color of sky 
after sunset. (In Monthly weather review, 
Sept. 1908. Dec. 4, 1906. v. 34, p. 414.) 
[From Nature, Oct. 1, 1903.] 

Stockman, W. B. Temperature and relative 
humidity data. 1905. 29 p. 2 maps, 4° 
(Weather Bureau. Bulletin 0.) 

Weather Bureau. Twice-daily readings of 
principal meteorological elements at 8 A. M. 
and 8 P. M., 75th meridian time, for 30 selected 
stations, [calendar year] 1904. (In Weather 
Bureau. Report, 1904-05. 1906. p. 1-180.) 

Same, [calendar year] 1905. (In same, 

1905-06. 1907. p. 1-185.) 

See also Barograph — Clouds— Electricity, Atmos- 
pheric— Heat— Kites— Liquid air— Tempera- 
ture— Wind. 



Air-compressors. 

Ordnance Bureau. Navy air compressors, 
mark 3, electric driven, 4 stages of compression; 
capacity 30 cubic feet of air an hour at 2,500 
pounds pressure per square inch. July, 1905. 
4 p. 10 pi. 4° ([Ordnance pamphlet 334.]) 

— - Specifications for manufacture of 25 torpedo 
air compressors, mark 7, electric driven, 50 
cubic feet capacity an hour at 2,500 pounds per 
square inch pressure, by Piatt Iron Works of 
Dayton, Ohio. [Sept. 15] 1905. 7 p. 12° 
Air-ships. See Balloons. 

Airey, Charles W. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 20201, to increase 
pension of Airey. Jan. 7, 1907 . 2 p. (H.rp. 
5868, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2575. 

Burn hah, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H . 20201 , to increase pension 
of Airey. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6737, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2575. 

Akerley, Ebenezer W. 

Lindsay, G. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 10524, to increase 
pension of Akerley. Apr. 16, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3239, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1978. 

Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10524, to increase pen- 
sion of Akerley. May 8, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3454, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1978. 

Akers, William. See Hodges, Joseph C, and 

others. 
Akin, Thomas. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18040, to increase pen- 
sion of Akin. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6892, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2617. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 18040, to in- 
crease pension of Akin. Feb. 2, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 7158, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2617. 

Akkra, Gold Coast. Hydrographic Office. 
Accra, Gold Coast, west coast of Africa, from 

Slan by Coode, Son & Matthews, 1898; Appam, 
old Coast, from plan by Coode, Son & Mat- 
thews, 1898; chart 2258. Scale naut. m. = 6 
in. Dec. 1905. 24.8 X 18.7 in. 
Akron, Ohio. Geological Survey. Ohio, 
Akron quadrangle, lat. 41°-41° 15', long. 81° 
30 / -81° 45 / . Scale 1: 62,500, contour interval 
20 ft. Edition of Sept. 1905. 17.5 X 13.2 in. 
Alabama. 

Defective safety appliances, fin] Supreme Court 
of Alabama, Kansas City [Memphis and Bir- 
mingham Railroad Company] v. Flippo; 
[opinion of court, Nov. 25, 1903]. [1907.] 4 p. 
(Interstate Commerce Commission.) 

Burnett, J. L. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, amending H. 9045, granting 
lands to Alabama for Denefit of common 
schools. Feb. 2, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 745, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4806.) 



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Alabama — Continued. 

Burnett, J. L. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, favoring H. 13194, to reclassify 
public lands or Alabama. Feb. 21,1906. lp. 
(H.rp. 1559, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. 1; 4906.) 
Stat. L.v. 34, pt. 1, p. 88. 

Report from Committee on Public Lands, 

amending S. 6704, to amend act for relief of 
homestead settlers [on lands granted to] Ala- 
bama [to aid in construction of Mobile and 
Girard Railroad]. Feb. 26, 1907. 7 p. (H. 
rp. 8091, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 6065.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1408. 

Butts, Charles. Northern part of Cahaba coal 
field, Ala. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 
316. 1907. p. 76-115, 1 pi. map.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions of coal fields of Pennsylvania, Kentucky, 
Virginia, and Alabama, [calendar year] 1906.) 

Cavanauoh, J. B. Annual report upon im- 
provement of rivers and harbors in western 
Alabama and eastern Mississippi, 1906. (In 
Engineer Dept. Report, 1906. 1906. pt. 1, 
p. 355-381, 1267-94.) 

Same, separate. 

Annual report upon improvement of rivers 

and harbors in western Georgia and Florida 
and in eastern Alabama, 1905. (In Engineer 
Dept. Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 310- 
329; pt. 2, p. 1321-91.) 

Same, separate. 

Same, 1906. (In same, 1906. 1906. p. 

332-355, 1241-66.) 
Same, separate. 

Census Bureau. Census of manufactures, 

1905, Alabama. 1906. 23 p. 4" (Bulletin 

43.) 

Craighill, W. E. Annual report upon improve-, 
ment of rivers and harbors in western Alabama 
and eastern Mississippi, 1905. (In Engineer 
Dept. Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 329- 
353; pt. 2, p. 1393-1428.) 

Same, separate. 

Same, 1906. See, above, Cavanaugh, J. B. 

Eckbl, E. C Clinton or red ores of northern 
Alabama. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 
285. 1906. p. 172-179.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investi- 
gations relating to iron ores, [calendar year] 

1906. ) 

Eldridge, M. O. Public roads of Alabama, 
mileage and expenditures in 1904. [May 2, 
1906.J 3 p. (Public Roads Office. Circu- 
lar 46.) 

Geological Survey. [Index map to] topo- 
graphic maps of Appalachian region in Ala- 
bama, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North 
Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, 
and West Virginia. July 1, 1905. 15 X 18.5 
in. folded 4° 

Same. Feb. 1, 1906. 

Same. Feb. 1, 1907. 

[Index map to] topographic maps of Georgia, 

Alabama, and Mississippi. Apr. 1, 1906. 
9.3 X 16 in. folded 4° 

Hansbrouob, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Public Lands, favoring H. 13194, to reclas- 
sify public lands of Alabama. Mar. 21, 1906. 
lp. (S.rp. 1990, 59th Cong, lstsess. In v. 1; 
490ft.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 88. 



Alabama — Continued. 

Land Oppice, Genbral. Regulations for relief 
of homestead settlers in Alabama, under act of 
Mar. 4, 1907. Apr. 11, 1907. 7 p. 

Reed, F. W. Working plan for forest lands in 
central Alabama. 1905 [19061. 71 p. 4 pi. 2 
maps. (Forest Service. Bulletin 68.) 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pub- 
lic Lands, amending by substitute S. 6704, to 
amend act for relief of homestead settlers [on 
lands granted to] Alabama [to aid in construc- 
tion of Mobile and Girard Railroad]. Feb. 11, 
1907 . 8 p. (S. rp. 6514, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 1; 8060.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1408. 

Thorpe, F.N. Alabama. (In Congress. Fed- 
eral and State constitutions [etc.]. 1909. v. 
1, p. 89-234.) 

See also Agriculture — Coal — Courts of United 
States — Geological Survey, Topographic 
sheets — J udges — Tobacco. 
Alabama Power Company. 

Davidson, J. H. Report from Committee on 
Rivers and Harbors, favoring H. 25694, per- 
mitting erection of dam across Coosa River, 
Ala., at place selected for lock 12 [by com- 
pany]. Feb. 18, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 7648, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 6066.) 

Nelson, Knute. Report from Committee on 
Commerce, favoring S. 8526, permitting erec- 
tion of dam across Coosa River, Ala., at place 
selected for lock 12 [by company]. Feb. 20, 
1907 . 2 p. (S. rp. 6948, 59th Cong. 2d sees. 
In v. 2; 6061.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1288. 

Alabama River. . 
Engineer Department. Coosa and Alabama 
rivers, Ga. and Ala. (In Engineer Dept. 
Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 2, p. 1351-91.) [Ap- 
peared also as House document 219, 58th Con- 
gress, 3d session, in v. 52; 4831.] 
Same. (In Cavanaugh, J. B. Annual re- 
port upon improvement of rivers and harbors 
in western Georgia and Florida and in eastern 
Alabama, 1905.) 

Report of examination of Alabama River, 

Ala. Jan. 16, 1906. 6 p. (H. doc. 378, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 46; 4986.) 

Alabama, Tennessee and Northern Railroad. 
Richardson, William. Report from Com- 
mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, 
amending H. 21951, to authorize company to 
construct bridge across Tombigbee River [at 
or near Stones Ferry] Ala. Dec. 17, 1906. 
lp. (H.rp. 5552, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 
6084.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 849. 

Aladdin, Wyo. Geological Survey. Aladdin 
folio, Wyo.-S. Dak.-Mont. 1906. 8 p. 1 il. 
1 pi. 4 maps, large 4° (Geologic atlas of United 
States 128.) 

Alaska. 

Insular Appairb Bureau. Acts of Congress, 
treaties, proclamations [Mar. 4, 1903-Mar. 3, 
1905] and decisions of Supreme Court [Jan. 1, 
1898-Dec. 3, 1906] relating to noncontiguous 
territory and Cuba and to military affairs. 
1907. xxvii + 380p. (S. doc. 204, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 4; 6071.) 

Lloyd, J. T. Report from Committee on Terri- 
tories, favoring S. 3522. to amend act for con- 
struction of roads, establishment of schools, and 
care of insane in Alaska. Feb. 19, 1906. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 1471, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 1; 
4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 192. 



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Alaska — Continued. 
Nelson, Knute. Report from Committee on 
Territories, favoring S. 3522, to amend act for 
construction of roads, establishment of schools, 
and care of insane in Alaska. Feb. 5, 1906. 
3 p. (S. rp. 690, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 1; 
4904.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 192. 

Agricultural products. Foreign Markets Di- 
vision. Trade with noncontiguous posses- 
sions in farm and forest products, 1902-04. 

1905. 49 p. (Statistics Bureau. Bulletin 

37.) 

Same, 1903-05. 1906. 45 p. (Sta- 
tistics Bureau. Bulletin 47.) 

Alaska Central Railway. Dalzell, John. Re- 
port from Committee on Rules, submitting H. 
R. 628, fixing time for consideration of S. 5901, 
to extend time for completion of railway, as 
substitute for H. R. 612. June 29, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 5087, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) 

Lacey, J. F. Report from Committee on 

Public Lands, amending S. 5901, to extend 
time for completion of railway; with views of 
minority. June 26, 1906. 5 p. (H. rp. 5009, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 4908.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 798. 

Files, S. H. Report from Committee on 

Territories, amending S. 5901, to extend time 
for completion of railway. May 8, 1906. 3 p. 
(S. rp. 3461, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 
4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 798. 

Powers, Llewellyn. Report from Com- 
mittee on Territories, favoring H. 19037, to ex- 
tend time for completion of railway [etc.]. 
May 8, 1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 3926, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 2; 4907.) 

Alaska Railroad. Burnham, H. E. Report 
from Committee on Territories, amending by 
substitute S. 191, [to_ incorporate company 
and] to aid in construction of railroad and tele- 
graph and telephone line in Alaska. Feb. 19, 

1906. 12 p. (S. rp. 1077, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 1; 4904.) 

Dalzell, John. Report from Committee 

on Rules, favoring H. R. 560, fixing time for 
consideration of H. 18891, [to incorporate com- 
pany and] to aid in construction of railroad and 
telegraph and telephone line in Alaska. June 
29, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 5086, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. Inv. H.) 

Hamilton, E. L. Report from Committee 

on Territories, favoring H. 18891, [to incor- 
porate company and] to aid in construction of 
railroad and telegraph and telephone line in 
Alaska; with views of minority. May 7, 1906. 
19 p. (H. rp. 3874, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In 
v. 2; 4907.) 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on 

Territories, amending H. 18891, [to incorporate 
company and] to aid in construction of railroad 
and telegraph and telephone line in Alaska. 
Feb. 12, 1907. 14 p. map. (S. rp. 6625 [pt. 
1], 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 6060.) 

Appropriations. Interior Department. Com- 

. munication recommending that appropriation 
for contingent expenses, Alaska, be increased. 
May 16, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 447 , 59th Cong. 
1st sess. Inv. 7; 4916.) 

Boundary. State Department. Convention 
between United States and Great Britain, 
signed Washington, Apr. 21, 1906, for survey 



Alaska — Continued . 

of Alaskan-Canadian boundary along 141st 
meridian. Apr. 24, 1906. 4 p. (Confiden- 
tial; [Senate] executive G, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess.) [Not in Congressional set.] 

Proclaimed Aug. 21, 1906. [1906.] 

3p. 

Same. (In State Dept. Foreign rela- 
tions, 1906. 1909. pt. 1, p. 801-803.) 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 

2948-50.) 

Climate. Geological Survey. Data in regard 
to climatic provinces and area of coal fields in 
Alaska; presented by Mr. Piles. Mar. 2, 1907. 
25 p. + [3] 1. 25 pi. 2 maps. (S. doc. 386, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 6; 6078.) 

Coal lands. Fulton, C. W. Report from Com- 
mittee on Public Lands, amending by substi- 
tute H. 17415, to amend act to amend act to 
extend coal-land laws to Alaska. Feb. 20, 
1907 . 2 p. (S. rp. 6949, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 2; 6061.) [Noted in Congressional record 
index as approved by President. Not in 
Statutes at large.] 

Lacey, J. F. Report from Committee on 

Public Lands, amending H. 17415, to amend 
act to amend act to extend coal-land laws to 
Alaska. Apr. 13, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 8209, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4907.) [Noted 
in Congressional record index as approved by 
President. Not in Statutes at large.] 

Nelson, Knute. Report from Committee 

on Public Lands, amending by substitute H. 
17415, to amend act to amend act to extend 
coal-land laws to Alaska. May 24, 1906. 2 p. 
(S.rp. 3806, 59th Cong, lstsess. Inv.2;4906.) 
[Noted in Congressional record index as ap- 
proved by President. NotinStatutesatlarge.] 
- Commerce. Customs Service. Statement 
[from collector of customs at Juneau, Alaska] 
showing value of merchandise consigned to 
every port or place in Alaska, calendar year 

1904. (In Alaska. Report of governor, 1905. 

1905. p. 72-78.) 

Same. (In Interior Dept. Reports, 

1905, governors of Territories, etc. 1905 [1906]. 
p. 70-76.) 

Same, with title, Annual report show- 
ing distribution of domestic merchandise re- 
ceived and general customs business transacted 
in customs district of Alaska, calendar year 

1905. (In Alaska. Report of governor, 1906. 

1906. p. 37-12.) 

Same. (In Interior Dept. Reports, 

1906, governors of Territories, etc. 1907. p. 
34-39.) 

Statistics Bureau, Commerce and Labor 

Dept. Commerce of noncontiguous territory 
[imports and exports of merchandise, etc.]. 
(In Statistics Bureau. Statistical abstract, 
1905. 1906. p. 462-466.) 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 487- 

491.) 

Commerce of noncontiguous territory 

of United States with United States and for- 
eign countries, commerce of Alaska, Hawaii, 
Porto Rico, Guam, Midway Islands, and 
Tutuila [1905]. (In Statistics Bureau. For- 
eign commerce and navigation, 1905. 1906. 
p. 1097-1158.) 



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Alaska— Continued. 

Commerce. Statistics Bureau, Commerce and 
Labor Dept. Same, separate. 4° 

Same, without Midway Islands [1906]. 

(In same, 1906. 1907. p. 1209-67.) 

Same, separate. 4° 

Corporations. Cole, R. D. Report from Com- 
mittee on Territories, favoring H. 12872, to 
amend act to amend and codify laws relating 
to municipal corporations in Alaska [so as to 
enable incorporated towns to extend or other- 
wise modify their boundaries]. Mar. 29, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 2741, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In 
v. 2; 4907.) 

Courts of United States. Smith, D. H. Report 
from Committee on Judiciary, favoring H. 
24747, providing for hearing of cases upon ap- 
peal from district court for Alaska in circuit 
court of appeals, 9th circuit. Jan. 26, 1907. 
1 p. (H. rp. 6748, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In 
v. 1; 6064.) 

Delegate. Brick, A. L. Conference report on 
S. 956, for Delegate to House of Representa- 
tives from Alaska. Apr. 25, 1906. 9 p. (H. 
rp. 3613, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4907.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 169. 

'■ Report from Committee on Territories, 

amending by substitute S. 956, for Delegate to 
House of Representatives from Alaska. Feb. 
19, 1906. 32 p. (H. rp. 1472, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 1, 
p. 169. 

Nelson, Knute. Report from Commit- 
tee on Territories, favoring S. 956, for Dele- 

5 ate to House of Representatives from Alaska, 
an. 22, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 400, 59th Cong. lBt 
sess. Inv.l;4904.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 169. 
Idncation. Beveridoe, A. J. Report from 
Committee on Territories, favoring H. J. R. 97, 
authorizing assignment of pay of employees of 
Bureau of Education in Alaska. Feb, 
1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1407, 59th Cong. 1st 
In v. 1; 4904.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 824. 
Education Bureau. Estimate of appro- 
priation for education in Alaska. May 14, 
1906 . 6 p. (H. doc. 789, 59th Cong. 1st sees. 
In v. 50; 4990.) 
Recommendation for legislation [au- 
thorizing assignments of pay and reimburse- 
ments for expenses incurred by employees in 
Alaskan school service]. Jan. 13, 1906 . 4 p. 
(H. doc. 359, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 46; 
4986.) 

Regulations of Education Office [relat- 
ing to district superintendents and teachers] 
and education of natives and reindeer service 
in Alaska [1905]. Feb. 26, 1907. (In S. doc. 
396, pt. 1, p. 283-296, 59th Cong. 2d sess., in 
v. 18; 8086.) 

Report on education in Alaska [1905]. 

(In Education Bureau. Report, 1905. 1907. 
v. 1, p. 267-282.) 

Same, separate. 

Same, with title; Report on education 

in Alaska and introduction of reindeer [1906]. 
(In same, 1906. 1907. v. 1, p. 237-255.) 

Same, separate. 

Hamilton, E. L. Report from Committee 

on Territories, favoring §„ J. R. 59, relative to 



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Alaska— Continued. 

appropriation for native schools and reindeer 
enterprise in Alaska. May 24, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 4407, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 
4908.) 

Interior Department. Reports on con- 
dition of educational and school service and 
management of reindeer service in Alaska, by 
Frank C. Churchill [with commentary from 
Education Bureau on same]. June 12, 1906. 
176 p. map. (S. doc. 483, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 23; 4931.) 

Klepper, F. B. Report from Committee 

on Territories, favoring H. J. R. 79, authorizing 
assignment of pay of employees of Bureau of 
Education in Alaska. Jan. 31, 1906. 4 p. 
(H. rp. 694, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) 

Report from Committee on Territories, 

favoring H. J. R. 97, authorizing assignment of 
pay of employees of Bureau of Education in 
Alaska. Feb. 15, 1906. 4 p. (H. rp. 1348, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 824. 

Putinsky, Innocent, bishop of Alaska. 

School in Alaska, excerpts from letter. (In 
Education Bureau. 15th report on introduc- 
tion of domestic reindeer into Alaska, 1905. 
1906. p. 78-82.) 

Fisheries. Commerce and Labor Depart- 
ment. Laws for protection of fisheries of 
Alaska. Nov. 27, 1906. 4 p. 4° (Dept. cir- 
cular 136.) 

Fisheries Bureau. Commercial fisheries 

of Alaska in 1905; by John N. Cobb. 1906. 
46 p. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 603.) 

Same. (In Fisheries Bureau. Re- 
port, 1905, and special papers. [1907.]) 

Fisheries of Alaska in 1906: [Report 

on fisheries of Alaska, by John N. Cobb; Ke- 

girt on inspection of salmon fisheries, by 
oward M. Kutchin and J. N. Cobb]. 1907. 
70 p. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 618.) [For 
report on salmon fisheries for 1905, see, page 
33, Alaska, Salmon.] 
Same. (In Fisheries Bureau. Re- 
port, 1906, and special papers. [1908.]) 

Frye, W. P. Report from Committee on 

Foreign Relations, amending by substitute S. 
267, to prohibit aliens from fishing in waters of 
Alaska. Feb. 7, 1906. 3 p. (S. rp. 785, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4904.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 1, p. 263. 

Higgijis, E. W. Report from Committee 

on Territories, amending by substitute S. 267, 
to prohibit aliens from fishing in waters of 
Alaska. Mar. 22, 1906. 9 p. (H. rp. 2485, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 263. 
House op Representatives. Amend- 
ments to S. 267, to prohibit aliens from fishing 
in waters of Alaska. Apr. 19, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
doc. 335, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 7; 4916.) 

Powers, Llewellyn. Conference report 

on S. 267, to prohibit aliens from fishing in wa- 
ters of Alaska. June 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
4770, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In T. 3; 4908.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 263. 
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Alaska— Continued . 
Forest reserves. Forest Service. Location, 
date of proclamation in force, and area of na- 
tional forest reserves in United States, Alaska, 
and Porto Rico, Jan. 1, 1907. Dec. 31, 1906. 
4 p. 

Same, Apr. 1, 1907. Apr. 22, 1907. 4 p. 

Same. (In Forest Service. Use of na- 
tional forests. June 14, 1907. p. 38-42.) 

National forest reserves in United 

States, Alaska, and Porto Rico, July 1, 1905. 
[1905.] 4 p. 

Same, Aug. 1, 1905. [1905.] 4 p. 

Same, Sept. 1, 1905. [1905.] 4 p. 

Same, Oct. 3, 1905. [1905.] 4 p. 

Same, Nov. 15, 1905. [1905.] 4 p. 

Same, Jan. 25, 1906. [1906.] 4 p. 

Gambling. See, in main alphabet, Gambling. 

Game. Brick, A. L. Report from Committee 
on Territories, favoring H. 25032, to amend act 
for protection of game [and wild birds] in 
Alaska. Feb. 1, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 7106, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 6064.) 

Geography. Baker, Marcus. Geographic dic- 
tionary of Alaska. 2d edition prepared by 
James McCormick. 1906 . 690 + ii p. (Geo- 
logical Survey. Bulletin 299.) 

: Same. (H. doc. 938, 59th Cong. 1st 

sess. In v. 78; 6018.) 

Brooks, A. H. Geography and geology of 

Alaska, summary of existing knowledge [with 
bibliography]; with section on Climate, by 
Cleveland Abbe, jr. ; and topographic map and 
description thereof, by R. U. Goode. 1906. 
327 + iii p. 6 il. 22 pi. 12 maps, 1 in pocket, 
1 tab. 4° (Geological Survey. Professional 
paper 45.) 

Same. (H. doc. 201, 59th Cong. 1st 

sess. In v. 66; 6006.) 

Geology. Geological Survey. Geological Sur- 
vey publications on Alaska. (In Geological 
Survey. List of publications. 1905. p. 47- 
54.) 

Gold. Brooks, A. H. [Production of gold and 
silver in] Alaska [calendar year 1905]. (In 
Lindgren, Waldemar, and others. Produc- 
tion of gold and silver, 1905. 1906. p. 
15-22.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Min- 
eral resources, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 127-134.) 

Ravndal, G. B. Gold [dredging] in Klon- 
dike and Alaska. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Sept. 1906. no. 312, p. 92, 93.) 

Yale, C. G. [Production of gold and silver 

in] Alaska [calendar year 1904]. (In Lindgren, 
Waldemar, and others. Production of gold 
and silver, 1904. 1905. p. 19-24.) 

Same, with omissions. (In Geological 

Survey. Mineral resources, 1904. 1905. p. 
155-157.) 

Government. Papere relative to needs of Alaska 
in matters of legislation and government. 
Dec. 5, 1906. 7 p. (8. doc. 14, 59th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. 2; 6069.) 

Thorpe, F. N. Alaska. (In Congress. 

Federal and State constitutions [etc.]. 1909. 
v. 1, p. 235-253.) 



Alaska — Continued. 

Grass. Piper, C. V. Grass lands of south 
Alaska coast. Aug. 22, 1905. 38 p. 3 pi. 
map. (Plant Industry Bureau. 'Bulletin 82.) 

Homestead. Byrd, A. M. Report from Com- 
mittee on Public Lands, favoring S. 5537, to 
allot homesteads to natives of Alaska. Apr. 16, 

1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 3295, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 2; 4907.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 197. 

Insane. Interior Department. Estimate of 
appropriation for care and custody of insane, 
Alaska. Feb. 19, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 530, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 48; 4988.) 

Recommendation of legislation relating 

tocareof insane in Alaska. Feb. 26, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 757, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 53;6166.) 

Judges. See, in main alphabet, Judges. 

Land districts. Beveridge, A. J. Reportfrom 
Committee on Territories, favoring H. 25041, 
for additional land districts in Alaska [with 
officesat Nomeand Fairbanks]. Feb. 23, 1907. 

3 p. (S. rp. 7270, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
2; 6061.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1232. 

Lacet, J. F. Report from Committee on 

Public Lands, amending H. 25041, for addi- 
tional land districts in Alaska [with offices at 
Nome and Fairbanks]. Jan. 80, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 7096, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 
6064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1232. 

President op United States. Executive 

order [fixing boundaries of Nome, Fairbanks, 
and Juneau land districts, Alaska], May 14, 

1907. lp. f° 

Laws. Insular Affairs Bureau. Compila- 
tion of acts of Congress and treaties relating to 
Alaska, Mar. 30, 1867-Mar. 3, 1905, with in- 
dices and references to decisions of Supreme 
Court and opinions of Attorney General; by 
Fred F. Barker; [presented by Mr. Nelson]. 
Jan. 10, 1906. 496 p. large 8° (S. doc. 142, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 13; 4921.) 

Medicine, etc. Piles, S. H. Report from Com- 
mittee on Territories, amending by substitute 
S. 2554, for regulation of practice of medicine, 
surgery, and dentistry in Alaska. Mar. 13, 
1906 . 8 p. (S. rp. 1736, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 1; 4904.) 

Mineral lands. Lacet, J. F. Report from Com- 
mittee on Public Lands, amending H. 8984, to 
amend laws governing labor or improvements 
upon mining claims in Alaska. Jan. 18, 1906. 
2p. (H. rp. 292, 59th Cong. 1st sess. lav. 1; 
4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1243. 

Land Office, General. Communication 

recommending legislation relating to [adverse] 
claims for mineral-patents in Alaska. Mar. 31, 
1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 674, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 49; 4989.) 

Mines and mining. Geological Survey. Re- 
port on progress of investigations of mineral 
resources of Alaska in 1905; by Alfred H. 
Brooks and others. 1906. ix -f- 169 + viii p. 
10 il. 11 pi. 3 maps. (Bulletin 284.) 

Same. (H. doc. 832, 89th Cong. 1st 

sess. In v. 76; 6016.) 

Same, 1906. 1907. 235 + x p. 9 il. 

4 maps. (Bulletin 314.) 

Same. (H. doc. 797, 59th Cong. 2d 

sess. In v. 69; 6168.) 



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Alaska — Continued. 
Municipalities. See, page 31, Alaska, Corpora- 
tions. 

Precious metals. Mint Bureau . Alaska [pro- 
duction of precious metals, calendar year 
1904]; by Charles G. Yale. (In Mint Bureau. 
Report upon production of precious metals, 
1904. 1905, p. 69-81.) 

Same [19051; by Frank A. Leach. (In 

same, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 41-50.) 

Prisons. Justice Department. Estimate of 
appropriation for jails in Alaska. May 4, 1906. 
2 p. JH. doc. 768, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
50; 4990.) 

Public lands. Land Office, General. Letter 
transmitting form of bill, S. 2635, extending to 
natives of Alaska rights conferred by public 
land laws upon citizens of United States [etc.] 
presented by Mr. Nelson. Jan. 4, 1906. 7 
(S. doc. 101, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In 

mi.) 

Railroads. Newlands.F. G. Views, as mem- 
ber of Committee on Territories, amending by 
substitute H. 18891, to aid in construction of 
railroad, telegraph, and telephone lines in 
Alaska and for formation of corporations for 
such purposes. Feb. 21, 1907. 9 p. (S. rp 
6625, pt. 2, 59th ■Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 1060.) 

Territories Committee, Senate. Rail- 
road and telegraph and telephone lines in 
Alaska, bearings on S. 6937 and 6980 (58th Con- 
gress], Feb. 10, 1905; 8. 191 [59th Congress], 
Jan. 27[-Feb. 21, 1906; H. 18891 [59th Con- 
gress], Jan. 25[-Feb. 1], 1807, and Senate docu- 
ment 167, 59th Congress, 1st session. 1907. 
144 p. map. 

War Department. Letter transmitting 

memorandum by president of Board of Road 
Commissioners of Alaska, containing data rela- 
tive to railroad construction in Alaska; pre- 
sented by Mr. Beveridge. Jan. 24, 1906. 8 p. 
(8. doc. 167, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 4; 
MIS.) 

Reindeer. Education 1 Bureau. 15th annual 
report on introduction of domestic reindeer into 
Alaska, by Sheldon Jackson, 1905. 1906. 174 
p. 2 por. 25 pi. 3 maps. 

Same. (S. doc. 499, 59th Cong. 1st 

sess. In v. 23; 4931.) 

Same, 'with omissions and without ap- 
pendix and plates and with title, Reindeer in 
Alaska. (In Education Bureau. Report, 1905. 
1907. v. 1, p. 283-291.) 

— Same, separate. 

16th same, with title, Introduction of 

reindeer into Alaska [1906]. (In same, 1906. 
1907. v. 1, p. 250-255.) 

Same. (In Education Bureau. Re- 
port on education in Alaska and introduction 
of reindeer [1906].) 

Regulations of Education Office [relat- 
ing to district superintendents and teachers] 
and education of natives and reindeer service 
in Alaska (1905]. Feb. 26, 1907. (In 6. doc. 
396, pt. 1, p. 283-296, 59th Cong. 2d sees., in 
v. 18; SOW.) 

> Rules and regulations regarding rein- 
deer service is Alaska. June 10, 1907. 14 p. 
(Whole BO. 369.) 

H. Doc. 830, 59-2 3 



Alaska — Continued. <: 
Reindeer. Hamilton, E. L, Report from Com- 
mittee on Territories, favoring 8. J: R. 59, rela- 
tive to appropriation for native schools andrein- 
deer enterprise in Alaska. May 24, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 4407, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 
4908.) 

Report of governor, 1905. 1905- 127 p. map. 
Same. (In Interior Dept. Reports, 1905, gov- 
ernors of Territories, etc. 1906 [1906]. p. 1- 
'. 125, map.) 

Same, 1906. 1906. 42 p. map. 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 1-39, map.) 

Reads. Alaska Road Commission. Report of 
reconnoiesance and preliminary survey of land 
route from navigable waters of Tan ana River, 
at or near Fairbanks, to vicinity of Council 
City, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, for mail and 
pack trail. Jan. 14, 1907 . 29 p. 7 pi. 7 maps. 
(8. doc. 214, 59th Cong. 24 sess. In v. 4; 9071.) 

Miixi8, Jobn. Road into Mount Rainier 

National Park, survey for wagon road from 
aides to Fort Egbert, Alaska, and survey for 
military trail between Yukon River and Cold- 
foot, Alaska [1905]. (In Engineer Dept. Re- 
port, 1905. 1905. pt. 3, p. 2839-46.) 
: Same. (In Chittenden, H. M. An- 
nual report upon roads and bridges in Yellow- 
stone National Park [etc.], 1905.) 

Same, with omissions and title, Road 

into Mount Rainier National Park [1906]. See, 
in main alphabet, Chittenden, Hiram Martin. 

Nelson, Knute. Report from Committee 

on Territories, favoring amendment to H. 
14397, making appropriation for Army, 1907, 
for construction 01 wagon roads, bridges, and 
trails in Alaska. Feb. 2, 1906. 4 p. (S. rp. 
607, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4904.) 

Report from Committee on Territories, 

favoring H. 17510, for reconnoissance and pre- 
liminary survey of land route for mail and pack 
trail from navigable waters of Tanana River to 
Seward Peninsula. June 12, 1906. 3 p. (S. 
rp. 4264, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4906.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 316. 

Reynolds, J. M. Report from Committee 

on Territories, favoring H. 17510, for recon- 
noissance and preliminary survey of land route 
for mail and pack trail from navigable waters 
of Tanana River to Seward Peninsula. May 
7,1906. 3 p. (H.rp. 3875, 69th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 2; 4907.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 316. 
— - War Department. Estimate for construc- 
tion and maintenance of military and post 
roads, bridges, and trails in Alaska. Dec. 13, 
1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 287, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In y. 50; «68.) 
Batman. Alaskan Fisheries Division. Re- 

S>rt on salmon fisheries of Alaska, 1905; by 
oward M. Kutchin. 1906. 32 p. (Dept. 
of Commerce and Labor doc. 53.) [For 1906 
report see, page 31, Alaska, Fisheries.] 

Same. (In Commerce and Labor 

Dept. Reports, 1905. 1906. p. 467-498.) 

Albatross. Fisheries Bureau steamer. 

Dredging and hydrographic records of steamer, 
1904-05. 1906. 80 p. (Bureau of Fisheries 
, doc. 604.) 

Same. (In Fisheries Bureau. Report, 

1905, and special papers. [1907.]) 



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Alaska— Continued . 

Salmon. Albatross , Fisheries Bureau steamer . 
Same, 1906. 1907 . 50 p. (Bureau of Fish- 
eries doc. 621.) 

Same. (In same, 1906, and special 

papers. [1908.]) 

Capbon, A.B. Report from Committee on 

Territories, amending by substitute H. 13543, 
for protection and regulation of fisheries of 
Alaska. Mar. 27, 1906. 12 p. (H. rp. 2657, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 2; 4907.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 478. 

— Commerce and Labor Department. Draft 
of bill regulating salmon [and other] fisheries 
of Alaska. Jan. 19, 1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 389, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 47; 4987.) 

Hopkins, A. J. Report from Committee on 

Fisheries, favoring S. 967, to amend act to 
amend act for protection of salmon fisheries of 
Alaska. Feb. 6, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 710, 59th 
Cong. 1st seas. In v. 1; 4904.) 

Lacet, J. F. Report from Committee on 

Public Lands, amending H. 24755, to en- 
courage private salmon hatcheries in Alaska. 
Feb. 6, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 7306, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 2; 6066.) 

Perkins, G. C. Report from Committee 

on Fisheries, amending 8. 1459, to encourage 

firivate salmon hatcheries in Alaska. Feb. 22, 
906. 5 p. (S. rp. 1227, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 1; 4904.) 

See also, page 31, Alaska, Fisheries — in main 

alphabet, Salmon. 
School lands. President op United States. 
Executive order [making reservation of tracts 
of land in Alaska for educational purposes]. 
May 4, 1907. 3 p. f° 
Seal fisheries. See, in main alphabet, Seal and 
seal fisheries. 

Secretary. Interior Department. Regula- 
tions governing payment of fees to secretary of 
district of Alaska. Feb. 26, 1907. (In S. doc. 
896, pt. 1, p. 375-377, 59th Cong. 2d sess., iD 
v. 18; 6086.) 

Signals. Steamboat - Inspection Service. 
Pilot-house and engine-room signals for steam 
vessels navigating Alaskan rivers. May 1, 

1907. 1 p. 4° (Commerce and Labor Dept. 
Dept. circular 150.) 

Stone, 8. I. Papers relating to claim of Stone 
and Lulu Burt. Apr. 7, 1906. 6 p. (H. doc. 
681, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 49; 4089.) 

Surveys. Land Office, General. Estimate of 
appropriation for surveying public lands 
[amended so as to increase compensation of 1 
survi vor in Alaska]. Mar. 26, 1906 . 2p. (H. 
doc. 651, 59i h Cong. 1st sess. In v. 49; 4888.) 
— Prbsident op United States. Executive 
order [that offir-e of surveyor-general of Alaska 
l>p removed frmn Sitka to Juneau]. Oct. 2, 

1908. 1 p. f> 

Tsimpsean Indians. See, in main alphabet, 
Tsimpsean Indians. 

United States coast pilot. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey. United States' coast pilot, Pacific 
Coast, Alaska; pt. 1, Dixon Entrance to Yaku- 
tat Bay, supplement to 4th edition. May 1, 
1906. 261. large 8* 

Vegetables. See, in main alphabet, Vegetables. 



Alaska— Continued . 



Charts 



Coast and Geodetic Survey. Alaska, Cape 
St. Elias to Shumagin Islands, from United 
States and foreign sources; chart 8502. Mer- 
cator projection. June, 1907. 33.3 X 42.2 in. 

Alaska; chart T. Scale 1:3,600,000. Apr. 

1906, first published 1890. 26.7 X 46.9 in. 

Alaska, Dixon Entrance to Chatham Strait; 

chart 8150. Scale 1:200,000. Nov. 1906. 
38.5 X 31.6 in. 

[Alaska] northwest coast of America, Dixon 

Entrance to Cape St. Elias; chart 8000. Scale 
1:1,200,000. Jan. 1906, first published 1868. 
26 X 34.4 in. 

Alaska, south east, Dixon Entrance to head 

of Lynn Canal; chart 8050. Scale 1:600,000. 
Jan. 1906, first published 1895. 37.9 X 29.7 in. 

Bays and harbors in southeastern Alaska; 

chart 8262. Mar. 1907. 19 X 29.5 in. [For list 
of separate charts on this sheet, see, in main 
alphabet, Coast and Geodetic Survey.] 

——Harbors and anchorages, southwestern 
Alaska; chart 8851. May, 1907. 26.4 X 27.8 
in. [For list of separate charts on this sheet, 
see, in main alphabet, Coast and Oeodetio 
Survey.] 

See also, in main alphabet, Alaska Agricultural 
Experiment Stations — Alaska Bead Commis- 
sion— Customs Service— Egbert, Fort — Geo- 
logical Survey, Topographic sheets— Xenai 
Peninsula — Lisburne, Cape — Pay, Army — 
Wrangell, Mount 

Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations. 

Bulletin 2, 3. 

3. Georgeson, C. C. Vegetable growing In Alaska. 1906 



(1906). 46p.5pl 
"osa, P. H. Hayi 
tlon. Apr. 15, 1907, 



3. Ross, 



H. Haymaking at Kenal Experiment Sta- 
* ""• 13 p. 1 pi. 



Report on agricultural investigations in Alaska, 
1905; by C. C. Georgeson, special agent in 
charge. 1906. 100 p. 1 il. 8 pi. (Experi- 
ment Stations Office. Bulletin 169.) 

Same, 1906, with title, Annual report, 1906. 
June 10, 1907. 75 p. 10 pi. (Experiment 
Stations Office. [Publication] 986.) 

President of United States'. Executive order 
[authorizing reservation of land in Alaska for 
agricultural experiment station]. Mar. 22, 
1906. 1 p. f 

Alaska Central Railway. 

Dalzell, John. Report from Committee on 
Rules, submitting H. R. 628, fixing time for 
consideration of 8. 5901, to extend time for 
completion of railway, as substitute for H. R. 
612. June 29, 1908. 1 p. (H. rp. 5087, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. In v. H.) 

Lacey, J. F. Report from Committee on Pub- 
lic Lands, amending S. 6901, to extend time 
for completion of railway; with views of mi- 
nority. June 26, 1906. 5 p. (H. rp. 5009, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In vj 3; 4808.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt 1, p. 798. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Terri- 
tories, amending S. 5901, to extend time for 
completion of railway. May 8, 1906. 3 p. 
(S.rp. 3461, 59th Cong. 1st sess. I«v. 2; 4806.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 798. 



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Alaska Central Railway— Continued. 
Powbkb, Llewellyn. Report from Committee 
on Territories, favoring fl. 19037, to extend 
time for completion of railway (etc.]. May 8, 
1906. 3> (H. rp. 3926, 59th Cong. 1st sees. 
In v. 2; 4907.) 
Robinson, J. T., and Ruckbk, W. W. Views 
of minority of Committee on Public Lands, 
amending 8. 5901, to extend time for comple- 
tion of railway. June. 25, 1906. (In H. rp. 
5009, p. 5, 59th Cong. 1st sees., in v. 3; 4908.) 

Alaska Pacific Railway and Terminal Com- 
pany. 

B&rbt, J. H. Report from Committee on Com- 
merce, favoring 8. 6522, to authorise company 
to construct trestle across tide and shore lands 
in Controller Bay, Alaska. June 27, 1906. 
1 p. (S. rp. 4415, 59th Cong. 1st sesB. In v. 
2; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 803. 

Report fiom Committee on Commerce, favor- 
ing' 6. 6523, to authorize company to construct 
bridge across Copper River [at or near Childs 
Glacier] Alaska. June 27, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 
4417, 59th Cong. 1st Best. In v. 2; 4908.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 804. 

Townsbnd, C. E. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 
20404, to authorize company to construct 
bridge across Yukon [Copper] River [at or near 
Childs Glacier] Alaska. June 28, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 5066, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 3; 
4908.) 

Report from Committee on Interstate and 

Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 20405, to 
authorize company to construct trestle across 
tide and shore lands in Controller Bay, Alaska. 
June 28, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 5067, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 3; 4908.) 
Alaska Railroad. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Territories, amending by substitute S. 191, 
[to incorporate company and] to aid in con- 
struction of railroad and telegraph and tele- 
phone line in Alaska. Feb. 19, 1906. 12 p. 
(8. rp. 1077, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 
4904.) 

Dalzell, John. Report from Committee on 
Rules, favoring H. R. 560, fixing time for 
consideration of H. 18891, [to incorporate com- 
pany and] to aid in construction of railroad and 
telegraph and telephone line ia Alaska. June 
29, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 5086, 59th Cong. 1st 
seas. In v. H.) 

Hamilton, E. L. Report from Committee on 
Territories, favoring H. 18891, [to incorporate 
company' and] to aid in construction ot rail- 
road: and telegraph and telephone line in 
Alaska; with views of minority. May 7, 1906. 
- 1 19 ».' (A. rp: 3874, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In 

v. i;-wn.) 

-Lloyd, J. T., and others. Views of minority of 
Committee on Territories, adveree to H. 
18891, [to incorporate company and] to aid in 
construction of railroad and telegraph and tele- 
phone line in Alaska. May 7, 1906. (In H. 
rp. 3874, p. 19, 59th Cong. 1st sess., in v. 2; 
4*07.) 

New lands, F. G. Views, as member of Com- 
mittee on Territories, amending by substitute 
H. 18891, to aid in construction, of railroad, 
telegraph, and telephone lines in Alaska and 



Alaska Railroad— Continued. 

for formation of corporations for such purposes. 
Feb. 21, 1907. 9 p. (8. rp. 6625, pt. 2, 59th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. 1; 6060.) 
Pilbs, 8. H. Report from Committee on Terri- 
tories, amending H. 18891, [to incorporate 
company and] to aid in construction of rail- 
road and telegraph and telephone line in 
Alaska. Feb. 12, 1907. 14 p. map. (S. rp. 
6625 [pt. 1], 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 1; 
6080.) 

Alaska Road Commission. 

Letter from Secretary of War transmitting mem- 
orandum by president of board, containing 
data relative to railroad construction in Alaska. 
Jan. 24, 1906. 8 p. (S. doc. 167, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 4; 4918.) 

[Report of operations for season of 1905.1 (In 
War Dept. Report of Secretary, 1905 . [1905.1 
p. 291-314.) 

Same, with map. (In War Dept. Reports, 

1905. 1906 [1906]. v. 1, p. 291-314, map.) 
Same, 1906. Jan. 19, 1907. 39 p. 9 pi. (H.doc. 

523, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 62; 6166.) 
Report of reconnoissance and preliminary survey 
of land route from navigable waters of Tanana 
River, at or near Fairbanks, to vicinity of 
Council City, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, for 
mail and pack trail. Jan. 14, 1907, 29 p. 
7 pi. 7 maps. (8. doc. 214, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 4; 6071.) 
Alaska Short Line Railway and Navigation 
Company. 

Martin, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, favoring S. 4256, for relief of 
company's railroad. June 21, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 4983, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 
4908.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 610. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Territories, favoring S. 4256, for relief of com- 
pany's railroad. Mar. 14, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1781, 590i Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4904.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 610. 
Alaska- Yukon-Pacific Exposition, 1909. See 
Seattle, Alaska- Yukon -Pacific Exposition, 
1909. 

Alaskan Fisbesfes Division. Report on salmon, 
fisheries of Alaska, 1905: by Howard M. 
Kutcbin. 1906. 32 p. (Dept. of Commerce 
and Labor doc. 63.) [For 1906 report, see 
Fisheries Bureau, Alaska.) 

Same. (In Commerce and Labor Dept. Re- 
ports, 1905. 1906. p. 467-498.) 
Alban, William H. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring 8. 3123, to increase 
pensionof Alban. Feb. 19,1906. lp. (H.rp. 
1454, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1656. 

McC umber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 3123, to increase pen- 
sion of Alban. Feb. 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
635, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1556. 
Albany, Ga. 

Bacon, A. O. Report from Committee on Judi- 
ciary, favoring H. 11601, to amend act for cir- 
cuit and district courts at Albany. Apr. 24, 

1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2801, 69th Coag., 1st see 
In v. 2; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 547. 



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Albany, Ga. — Continued. 
Surra, D. H. Report from Committee on Judi- 
ciary, favoring H. 11501, to amend act for cir- 
cuit and district courts at Albany. Feb. 15, 

1906. lp. (H. rp. 1346, 59th Cong. 1st sees. 
In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 1, p. 547. 

Albany Power and Manufacturing Company. 
Adamson, W. C. Report from Committee on 
Interstatoand Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 
24275, permitting building of dam across Flint 
River at [or near] Porter Shoals [Ga., by com- 
pany]. Jan. 18, 1007. 1 p. (H. rp. 6432, 
59th Cong. 2d Bess. In v. 1; 8084.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 878. 

Albany Railroad Bridge Company. 
Hopkins, A. J. Report from Committee on 
Commerce, amending S. 7760, to authorize 
Albany Railroad Bridge Company or Chicago 
and Northwestern Railway Company to recon- 
struct bridge across Mississippi River [at Clin- 
ton, Iowa]. Jan. 29, 1907 . 2 p. (S. rp. 5631, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 5080.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 879. 
Mann, J. R. Report from Committee on Inter- 
state and Foreign Commerce, amendiag H. 
24657, to authorize Albany Railroad Bridge 
Company or Chicago and Northwestern Rail- 
way Company to reconstruct bridge across 
Mississippi River [at Clinton, Iowa]. Jan. 29, 

1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 6908, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 1; 6064.) 

Albatross, Fisheries Bureau steamer. Dredging 

and hydrographic records of steamer, 1904r-06. 

1906. 80 p. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 604.) 
Same. (In Fisheries Bureau. Report, 1905, 

and special papers. [1907.]) 
Same, 1906. 1907. 50 p. (Bureau of Fisheries 

doc. 621.) 

Same. (In same, 1906, and special papers. 
[1908.]) 

Albatross Anchorage. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey. Albatross Anchorage, Alaska Penin- 
sula, from reconnaissance by United States 
Navy in 1893. Scale 1,000 yds. =* 2.2 in. 
7.3 X 7.1 in. (On Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Alaska; chart 8851. May, 1907.) 

Al bema rle and Chesapaa ke Canal. Coast and 
Geodetic Survey. Cape Henry to Currituck 
Beach, including Albemarle and Chesapeake 
Canal; chart 137. Scale 1:80,000. June, 1906, 
first published 1878. 42 X 32.2 in. 

Albemarle Sound. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey. Albemarle 
Sound, N . C. , eastern part, from Atlantic Ocean 
to Pasquotank River; with inset, Continua- 
tion of Alligator River; chart 140. Scale 
1:80,000. Apr. 1907, first published 1860. 
29 X 31.3 and 8 X 7.2 in. 
Engineer Department. Report of [board on] 
examination and survey of waterway from 
Norfolk, Va., to Beaufort Inlet, N . C. Dec. 4, 
1906. 20 p. map. (H. doc. 84, 59th Cong. 2d 
sen. In v. 47; 6160.) 
Treasury Department. Estimate of appro- 
priation for completion of revenue steamer for 
Albemarle and Pamlico sounds, N. C. Jan. 
23, 1906. 1 p. (H. doc. 413, 69th Cong. 1st 
sees. In v. 47; 4987.) 

Albert I, Honor* Charles GrhnaMi, Prince de 
Monaco. Sounding- and pilot balloons ever 
the ocean. (In Monthly weather review, Oct. 



Albert I, Honor* Charles arimaM^-Cont'd. 

1905. Dec. 19, 1905. v. S3, p. 438, 439.) 
[Translated from Comptes rendus de 1' Acade- 
mic des Sciences, Sept. 11, 1905.] 
Albert, John. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 2795, to increase 
pension of Albert. Apr. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 3060, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 6tat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1834. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending a. 2795, to increase pen- 
sion of Albert. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 
2011, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1834. 
Albert, Josfi. See, as member, Opium Committee. 
Albert, Talbot J. 

Brunswick. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 
1907 [1908]. p. 550, 551.) 

Germany, potassium mining crisis. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. June, 1906. no. 309, p. 
77-80.) 

[Meat question in Germany.] (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 101-103.) 

Qualities and varieties [of tobacco] used [in Ger- 
many]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 
1907. no. 319, p. 223, 224.) 
Alberta. 

Greoson, P. B. Notes on insects in central 
Alberta. (In Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 
67. Nov. 26, 1907. p. 125, 126.) 

Hotchkiss, E. S. Alberta territory. (In Com- 
mercial relations, 1906. 1907 [19081. p. 34, 
36.) 

See also Butterflies — Calgary. 
Alberto, Severino R. 

Quartermaster's Department. Estimate of 
appropriation for claims [of Maria Jose and 
others] for rent and damages in Philippine 
Islands. May 14, 1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 791, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 

War Department. Papers in claim of Alberto. 
Dec. 14, 1906. lip. (H. doc. 305, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 50; 6168.) 

Albertson, Ambrose D. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 17539, to in- 
crease pension of Albertson. Dec. 6, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 5141, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2362. 

Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 17539, to increase pen- 
sion of Albertson. Jan. 22, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 5242, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2362. 

Albornoz y O'Farrill, Antonio and Isaac Car- 
rillo de. See Carrillo de Albornoz j O'Farrill. 

Albright, Florine A. See, as heir, Austin, Ster- 
ling T. 

Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
Conoress. Senate concurrent resolution _[35] 
tbat conferees on H. 20410, to increase limit of 
cost of certain public buildings, to authorize 
purchase of sites for public buildings, to au- 
thorize erection of public buildings [etc.], be 
directed to add to said bill appropriation for 
public building at Albuquerque. Passed 
June 29, 1006. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2834.) 



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Albuquerque, N. Mex — Continued, 
Hansbrough, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Public Lands, favoring H, 18333, granting 
land to Albuquerque for public purposes. 
May 31, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3923, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 2; 4905.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 227. 

Smith, M. A. Report from Committee on Public 
Lands, submitting H. 18333, granting land to 
Albuquerque for public purposes, as substitute 
for H. 11967. Apr. 18, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
3347, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4907.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 227. 

Alcantara, Cornelio. Quartermaster's De- 
partment. Estimate of appropriation for re- 
lief of Alcantara. May 2, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
doc. 764, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 

Alcock, William J. Huelva. (In Commercial 
relations, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 668, 669.) 

Alcohol. 

Chemistry Bureau. Tables for calculating 
percentage of alcohol . [1905 . ] 10 p. 

Finance Committee. Amendment of free- 
alcohol law [hearings, Feb. 14, 19, 1907, on H. 
24816, to amend act for withdrawal from bond, 
tax free, of domestic alcohol when rendered 
unfit for beverage or liquid medicinal uses by 
mixture with suitable denaturing materials]. 
[1907.] 46 p. 

Same, with title, Hearings [Feb. 14, 19, 

1907] on H. 24816, amendment of free-alcohol 
law; presented by Mr. Aldrich. Mar. 1, 1907. 
46 p. (S. doc. 362, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
6; 8078.) 

Free alcohol in arts and industries [hearing. 

May 5-12. 1906, on H. 17453, for withdrawal 
from bona, tax free, of domestic alcohol when 
rendered unfit for beverage or liquid medicinal 
usee by mixture with suitable denaturing ma- 
terials]. [1906.] 105 p. [lstedition, 47 pages, 
incomplete.] 

Hill, E. J. Free denatured alcohol in Europe. 
(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Oct. 1906. 
no. 313, p. 149-151.) 

Report from Committee on Ways and Means, 

amending H. 24816, to amend act for with- 
drawal from bond, tax free, of domestic alcohol 
when rendered unfit for beverage or liquid 
medicinal uses by mixture with suitable de- 
naturing materials. Jan. 31, 1907. 14 p, (H. 
rp. 7097, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 6064.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1250. 

Internal Revenue Commissioner. Alcohol 
in arts, act of Congress. June 12, 1906. 2 p. 

Same. (In Internal Revenue Commis- 
sioner. Treasury decisions under internal 
revenue laws. 1907. v. 9, p. 64-66.) 

Amendment of sec. 26, Regulations 30, con- 
cerning denatured alcohol. Dec. 10, 1906. 
lp. 4° (Circular 686.) 

Concerning duties of officers in connection 

with manufacture, sale, and use of denatured 
alcohol. Nov. 9, 1906. 3 p. 4° (Circular 
683.) 

Instructions concerning records and reports 

relating to denatured alcohol. Dec. 5, 1906. 
2 p. 4° (Circular 685.) 

Regulations and instructions concerning de- 
natured alcohol, under act of June 7, 1906. 
Sept. 29, 1906. 66 p. (Regulations no. 30.) 



Alcohol— Continued. 

Internal Rjsvenub Commissioner. Relative 
to memorandum slips, forms 596 and 597 of 
shipments of denatured alcohol. Mar. 20, 1907. 
1 p. 4° (Circular 696.) 

Report of appointments and regulations 

made under act known as denatured alcohol 
law. Feb. 9, 1907 . 76 p. (S. doc. 300, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 5; 6072.) 

Specifications for methyl alcohol and ben- 
zine, submitted for approval as denaturing 
materials. Oct. 30, 1906. 2 p. 4° (Circular 
680.) 

Supplemental regulations relating to de- 
natured alcohol. Mar. 11, 1907. lp.4° (Cir- 
cular 694.) 

Supplemental regulations relating to sale 

and use of denatured alcohol. Apr. 3, 1907. 
3 p. 4° (Circular 697.) 

Supplemental to Regulations 30, concerning 

denatured alcohol. Dec. 20,. 1906. 1 p. 4° 
(Circular 688.) 

Same, concerning storage of denatured alco- 
hol on premises of wholesale and retail drug- 
gists. Jan. 8, 1907. 1 p. 4° (Circular 690.) 

Lucre, C. E., and Woodward, S. M. Use of 
alcohol and gasoline in farm engines . Feb . 16, 
1907. 40 p. 12 il. (Experiment Stations 
Office; Agriculture Dept., Fanners' bulletin 
277.) 

Manufactures Bureau. Alcohol, denatured 

product. (In Monthly cons, and traderp. Aug. 

1906. no. 311, p. 125-133.) [A collection of 

articles by consular officers.] 
Alcohol, denatured product. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 

201-203.) 

Denatured alcohol. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Sept. 1906. no. 312, p. 3-15.) [A 
collection of articles by consular officers, etc.] 

Denatured alcohol . (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 225-227.) 

Utilization of [denatured] alcohol [in 

Greece, Switzerland, Sweden, and United 
States]. (In Monthly -cons, and trade rp. 
Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 211-214.) [A collec- 
tion of articles by consular officers and others.] 

Payne, S. E. Report from Committee on Ways 
and Means, favoring H. 17453, for withdrawal 
from bond, tax free, of domestic alcohol when 
rendered unfit for beverage or liquid medicinal 
uses by mixture with suitable denaturing ma- 
terials. Apr. 4, 1906. 7 p. (H. rp. 2888, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4907.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 217. 

Thackara, A.M. Denaturized alcohol [in Ger- 
many]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 
1906. no. 308, p. 75, 76.) 

Ways and Means Committee. Free alcohol, 
hearings, Feb. 7-Mar. 2, 1906 [on bills relating 
to free alcohol in arts and manufactures]. 1st 
[edition]. 1906. 7 [pts., xxi] 4- 423 p. 

Same. 2d edition. 1906. 432 p. 

Same. 3d edition. 1906. 439 p. 

Untaxed denaturized alcohol, report of 

hearings [Feb. 7, 8, 1906, on H. 109 and other 
bills]. 1906. p. 1-109. 

Wiley, H. W. Industrial alcohol, sources and 
manufacture. 1906. 45 + iip. 10 il. (Chem- 



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Alcohol— Continued. 

istry Bureau; Agriculture Dept., Farmers' 
bulletin 268.) 

' Industrial alcohol, uses and statistics. 1906. 

29 + it p. 10 il. (Chemistry Bureau; Agri- 
culture Dept., Farmers' bulletin 269.) 

Wood, H. C, and Hoyt, D. M. Research upon 
action of alcohol upon circulation. 1905. p. 
39-70, 3 il. 3 pi. 4° (National Academy of 
Sciences. Memoirs, v. 10, no. 3.) 

Yerkes.J.W. Denatured alcohol. (InMonthly 
cons, and trade rp. Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 191, 
192.) 

See also Fusel-oil— Patent medicines— Wine. 

Alcoholic Liquor Traffic Committee. See, for 
report on public bill, Liquors. 

Alcoholic liquors. See Liquors. 

Alcoholism. 
Hunt, Reid. Studies in experimental alcohol- 
ism. Feb. 1907 . 43 p. (Hygienic Labora- 
tory. Bulletin 33.) 
Ingram, A. £. Alcohol regulations, French 
system. (InMonthly cons, and trade rp. Sept. 
1906. no. 312, p. 106-110.) 
Mahin, F. W. Alcoholism declining [in Eng- 
land, and other articles]. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. June, 1906. no. 309, p. 94-97.) 

. See also Temperance. 

Alden, Charles H. 
Caldbbhbad, W. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7671, to increase 
pension of Alden. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
n>. 7915, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2722. 
McCubiber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 7671, to 
increase pension of Alden. Feb. 15, 1907. 
2 p. (S. rp. 6689, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
DO Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2722. 

Alden, Mrs. Emily J. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 5455, to pension 
Mrs. Alden. Apr. 23, 1906. lj>. (H. rp. 
3556, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1937. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 5455, to pension Mrs. 
Alden. Apr. 9, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 2403, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1937. 

Alden, John A. 
Chaney.J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 6222, to increase 
pension of Alden. June 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 4766, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2143. 

' McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 6222, to increase pen- 
sion of Alden. May 28, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
3845, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2143. 

Alden, William C. Drumlins of southeastern 
Wisconsin, preliminary paper. 1906. 46 -f iii 

J>. 8 il. 8 pi. map. (Geological Survey. Bul- 
etin273.) 

Same. (H. doc. 206, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
73; 6018.) 
Alden, William Seymour. 
Suiaoway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 21348, to in- 



Alden, William Seymour— Continued. 

crease pension of Alden. Jan. 28, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 6788, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2645. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 21348, to increase pen- 
sion of Alden. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
6872, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2645. 

Alderman, Jesse. 
Loudenslaoer,' H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 1952, to increase pen- 
sion of Alderman. Mar. 29, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2731, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. V. 34, pt. 2, p. 1828. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 1952,. to 
increase pension of Alderman. Mat. 18, KWfr. 
1 p. (8. rp. 1738, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1828. 

AM red, Mrs. Emma. 
Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 11310, to pension 
Mrs. Aldred. Jan. 18, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
284, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1534. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 11310, to pension Mrs. Al- 
dred. Feb. 6, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 741, 59th 
Cong. 1st seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 

• p. 1534. 

Aid rich, Mrs. Julia Q. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 6094, to pension Mrs. 
Aldrich. Apr. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2418, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 
34, pt. 2, p. 1781. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 6094, to pen- 
sion Mrs. Aldrich. Mar. 20, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2425, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1781. 

Aldrich, Lumbard B. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 565, to increase pension 
of Aldrich. Jan. 15, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 195, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1492. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 565, to increase 
pension of Aldrich. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 849, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1492. 

Aldrich, Nelson Wilmarth, Senator from Rhode 
Island. See, for reports from Committee on 
Finance, Cttrrenoy— Ban Francisco, Oat. 
See also, for papers presented, Alcohol— Tobacco. 

Aldrich, Truman. 
Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 15487, to increase pension of 
Aldrich. Apr. 16, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2636, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1906. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 15487, to increase 
pension of Aldrich. Mar. 20, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2450, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1906. 

Alemany, Jose E. See, as member of Civil Serv- 
ice Board and acting director of civil service, 
Philippine Islands, Civil Service Bureau. 



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Alert, U. S. S. Equipment Bureau. Cata- 
logue of ship's and crew's libraries of U. S. 8. 
Alert. Oct. 1905. 31 p. 12° 

Aleurodidae. See Plant-lice. 

Aleutian Islands. Coast and Geodetic Sur- 
vey. Aleutian Islands, from Yumaska Island 
to Attu Island- preliminary chart 9100. Scale 
1:1,200,000. Feb. 1906, first published 1894. 
29.6 X 38.9 in. 
See also Birds. 

Alexander, Charles. E. See, as administrator, 
Mary, schooner. 

Alexander, De Alva Starrwood, Representative 
from New York. See, for reports from Com- 
mittee cm Judiciary, Courts of United States, 
Florida— Courts of United States, Illinois— 
Courts ef United States, Mississippi -Courts 
of United States, North Dakota— Courts of 
United States, Ohio— Courts of United States, 
Tennessee— Courts of United States, Wash- 
ington — Courts of. United States, Wyoming— 
Judges [6]— Michigan. 

Alexander, Oeorge B. D. 
Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 10449, to increase pension 
of Alexander. Mar. 15, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
2298, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
▼. 34, pt. 2, p. 1792. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10449, to increase pen- 
sion of Alexander. Apr. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 2491, 59th Cong. 1st sesB. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1792. 

Alexander, Mrs. Jennie. See, as heir, Newby, 
OsweU P. 

Alexander, Louis A. 
Gallingeb, J. H. Report from Committee on 
District of Columbia, favoring H. 19568, vacat- 
ing Alexander place and Poplar street, D. C, 
and vesting title in (Alexander]. Jan. 25, 
1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 5540, 59th Cong. 2d sees. 
In v. 1; 8060.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 865. 
Olcott, J. V. V. Report from Committee on 
District of Columbia, amending by substitute 
H. 19568, vacating Alexander place and Poplar 
street, D. O, and vesting title in [Alexander]. 
Jan. 11, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 6211, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 1; 8064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 885. 

Alexander, Mrs. Rebecca A. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 4390, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Alexander. June 5, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 4741, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. If.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2148. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 4390, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Alexander. " May 21, 1906. lp. 
(S. rp. 3658, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2148. 

Alexander, Samuel H. President of Unwed 
States. Executive order [authorizing ap- 
pointment of Alexander, now serving as clas- 
sified laborer in Poet-Office Department, to 
clerical position on permanent roll]. Nov. 23, 
1905. 1 p. f° 

Alexander, Thomas C. 
Macon, R. B. Report from Committee' on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 17796, to increase pension 
of Alexander. Apr. 25, 1906. 1 p. (H. sp. 
3600, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2054. 



Alexander* Thomas C — Continued. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 17796, to increase pen- 
sion of Alexander. May 15, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 3579, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) 8tat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2054. 

Alexander, William H. Climatology of Porto 
Rico from 1867 to 1905. (In Monthly weather 
review, July, 1906. Oct. 11, 1906. v. 34, p. 
315-324.) 

Alexander Inlet. Northern and Northwest- 
ern Lakes Survey. Alexander and Charles 
inlet*. Scale 1:24,000. 6.3 X 7 in. (On 
Northern and Northwestern Lakes Survey. 
Northeast coast of Georgian Bay, Lake Huron; 
chart 6. Aug. 24, 1905.) 

Alexander, Port. HYDnoGBAreic Office. Port 
Alexander, Angola. Scale naut. m.=1.5 in. 
7.1 X 10,1 in. (On Hydrographic Office. 
Africa; chart 2316. Feb. 1907.) 

Alexander's improved wantage rod. See Want- 
age rod. 

Alexandria, Minn. Scott, N. B. Report from 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, 
amend iug_S. 961, for public building at Alex- 
andria. Feb. 8, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 804, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4904.) 

Alexandria, Va. Court op Claims. Findings in 
case of trustees of Alfred Street Baptist Church, 
Alexandria. Apr. 6, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 306, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 6; 4914.) 

Alexandria County, Va. Court or Claims. 
Findings in case of trustees of Mount Olivet 
Methodist Protestant Church, Alexandria 
County. Feb. 12, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 208, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 5; 4918.) 

A ley rod es. See Plant-lice. 

Alfalfa. 

Experiment Stations Office. Alfalfa culture 
in eastern United States; [compilation]. (In 

Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 27fi. 
Mar. II, JW7. p. 9-14.1 

Alfalfa meal as feeding stuff; [compilation]. 

(In Agriculture Dept. Fanners bulletin 259. 
1906. p. 22-25.) 

Graham, I. D. Alfalfa for growing and fattening 
of animala in Great Plain* region. 1905. p. 
242-267. (Animal Industry Bureau. Circular 
86.) [From 21st report of Animal Industry 
Bureau, 1904.] 

Webster, F. M, Grasshopper problem and al- 
falfa culture. Apr. 6. 1907. 10 p. 8il. (En- 
tomology Bureau. Circular 84.) 

Westuatb, J. M.j and Oliver, G. W. Applica- 
tion of vegetative propagation to leguminous 
forage plants. Mar. 23, 1907. 7 p. 3 pi. 
(Plant Industry Bureau. Bulletin 102, pt. 4.) 

Same. (In Plant Industry Bureau. 

Bulletin 102. Sept. 9, 1907. p. 33-37, 3 pi.) 
Alfalfa seed. 

Agriculture Department. Adulteration of 
alfalfa and red clover seed. [Oct. 23, 1905.] 
2 p. (Circular 14.) 

Galloway, B. T. Adulteration of alfalfa seed. 
[Aug. 6, 1906J 2 p. (Plant Industry Bureau; 
Agriculture Dept., Circular 20.) 

See also Adulterations. 
Alfilaria. See AlfUerilla. 

Alfilerilta. Experiment Stations Office. Al- 
filaria as forage plant. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Fanners' bulletin 267. 1906. p. 17-21, 1 u.) 
[Compiled from Arizona station bulletin 52.] 



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Alfred Street Baptist Church. 
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See Alexandria, 



Alg«. See Marine plants— Water-supply. 

Algeciras, Spain. See Morocco. 

Alger, Michael. Norway [forest and forestry 

Jiroducts]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp* 
une, 1907. no. 321, p. 178-180.) 
Alger, Russell Alexander, Senator from Michigan. 
Congress. Russell Alexander Alger, memorial 
addresses. Ill p. 1 por. large 8° 

Same. (S. doc. 408, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 

In v. 35; 5102.) 
President op United States . Executive order 
[excusing members of Grand Army of the Re- 
public employed in Executive Departments. 
Government Printing Office, and navy-yard 
and station, Washington, D. C, from duty at 
noon, Jan. 26, 1907, to attend funeral of Alger]. 
Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. f° 
See also, for reports from Committee on Military 
Affairs: 

Alspaugh, John Ritcherdson, Joseph F. 

Fleming, William Spencer, Thomas J. 

Homer, David Trumpeller, David W. 

Honser, James W. White, George H. 

Mansion, Halachi Winslow, George A. 

For reports from Committee on Pensions, see 



Aldrlch, Truman 
Amerine, George 
Bachus, Mrs. Julia A. 
Bailey, Mrs. Annis 
Baker, Mrs. Mary B. 
Banks, Jordan H. 
Baughman, Mrs. Ma- 
rian 

.Beardsley.Mrs. Mary L. 
Bearss, Levi 
Bedford, Mrs. Leah 
Beebe, Alva 
Belden, Perry F. 
Bender, Jacob 
Bennett, Mrs. Mary X. 
Bennett, Mrs. Ruth F. 
Bennett, William T. 
Betts, Mrs. Ann 
Bevan, Mrs. Lydia B. 
Birkhead, Mrs. Mi- 
randa 
Birmingham, William 
Blewett, William E. 
Blye, Warren A. 
Bodley, Levi N. 
Bolen, Enoch 
Botner, Benjamin 
Botsford, Edwin A. 
Bowles, William A. 
Bradshaw, Silas M. 
Brail, George G. 
Brewer, John J. 
Broad, John 
Broadwell, John A. 
Bronangh.Mrs. Mary E. 
Broughton, John 
Brown, General M. 
Brown, Henry W. 
Brown, James J. 
Brown, William 
Brummett, George W. 
Buncher, Frank 
Bush, Thomas 
Bossey, David 
Oalor, Pleasant 



Campbell, Mrs. Mary J. 
Canfleld, Charles M. 
Carpenter, William H. 
M. 

Carter, William W. 
Cartwright, William 
Case, Mrs. Anna M. 
Case, Cyras S. 
Cashey, James T. 
Chapman, Charles E. 
Chapman, William H. 
Chase, John A. 
Cheek, Thomas 
Chilcote, Alfred B. 
Chrisler, Nicholas 
Cristoff, John 
Clark, Hiram C, 
Clark, Thomas 
Clay, Mrs. Cornelia W. 
Cline, Peter 
Clinton, Christopher 
Collier, George W. 
Connor, Mrs. Hilia Ann 
Connor, John 
Cook, Philip 
Cook, Sidney H. 
Cornet!, Clark 
Gorwin, Quincy 
Coyle, Mrs. Catherine 
Craig, Daniel 
Crandol, James 
Gritchneld, Lyman, Jr. 
Cummin, William B. 
Carrier, Theodore S. 
Dagenfield, Mrs. Mary 
Dailey, Samuel 
Daly, James C. 
Davenport,Mrs.Mary E. 
Davis, Barlow 
Davis, Thomas C. 
Dayton, James 
Deardeurff, John 
De Graff, Henry 
Dooley, Frank M. 
Drake, George B. 



Alger, Russell Alexander— Continued. 



Drake, Morris B. 
Dreary, James 
Duffield, William W. 
Duffy, Mrs. Bridget M. 
Duffy, Edward 
Dunham; Andrew M. 
Dunnan, Samuel 
Dutcher, George N. 
Duvall, Mrs. Harriet A. 
Edgerton, Mrs. Fannie 
I. 

Edson, Mrs. Jennie E. 
Bdwardg, Mrs. Lydia M. 
Elohhols, Mrs. Augus- 
ta T. 

Bmbry , Mrs. Cynthia A. 
Bates, In. Julia W. 
Ectlow, James L. 
Embank, John 
Evans, Green 
Evans, William 
Eversole, John H. 
Eversole, William B. 
Fankell, George 
Fariola, Octave L. F. S. 
Farrell, William H. 
Finch, David L. 
Findley, Mrs. Carrie B. 
Fitzgerald, Patrick 
Foote, Asa M. 
Ford, George F. 
Fosdick, Andrew J. 
Foutty, Thomas B. 
Fox, Mrs. Emma 
Frasier, Francis H. 
Freeman, Harmon 
Fuhrman, John L. 
Folk, William B. 
Fulton, Robert L. 
Gage, Marshall TJ. 
Galbralth, Mrs. Gate F. 
Gardner, Mrs. Anna M. 
Gardner, Henry G. 
Gaskill, Eugene 
Girdler, Joseph 
Glaspie, Andrew P. 
Good, Henry 
Hackley, Mrs. Mary A. 
Hackney, James F. 
Hagar, Lucas 
Halbert, Mrs. Mary J. 
HaU, William 
Hallenbeck, Cornelius 
A. 

Haller, Mrs. Martha J. 
Hamilton, John 
Harmon, Decatur 
Harter, Martin 
Hartshorn, Dana W. 
Harvey, William 
Hatfield, John W. 
Havel, George A. 
Haynes, Mrs. Margaret 
Hays, Joseph M. 
Hayter, George W. 
Heney, John C. 
Hibbs, William 
Hill, Abram J. 
Hill, Charles R. 
Hill, Moses 
Himes, James P. 
Hinman, Mrs. Sarah 
M. E. [2] 



Hodges, Herrlek 
Hoffman, lewis 
Holden, Mia. Margaret 
Holloway, William Xk 
Holly, Luther S. 
Hood, Mrs. Anna E. 
Howard, Mrs. Harriet 
Howell, John T. 
Hughes, Mrs. Adele 

Jeanette 
Hull, Charles 
Iokes, William 
Ingle; Mrs. Eliza J. 
Jasnowskt, Satvnin 
Jasper, Charles H. 
Jewell, Mrs. Martha 
Johnson, Ellas 
Johns* o, Henry 
Johnson, Solomon 
Jones, Jehu T. ■ 
Jones, Mrs. Lydia Ann 
Jordan, Henry D. - 
Mains, Nicholas 
Keller, John 
Kelly, Mrs. Elvira A. 
Kelly, William 
Kelsey, Charles W. 
Kent, Nathaniel R. 
Keys, Jasper H. 
Keyser, Henry C. 
Kincaid, Jeremiah 
Kirk, David A. 
Knox, Robert T. 
Koch, Mrs. Eva B. 
Kuhns, Mrs. Dora H. 
Kumler, Mrs. Sarah A. 
La- Forge, Andrew 
Laklng, George W. ; 
Lamed, Mrs. Ill en S. 
Laudahn, William 
Lelpnitz, William 
Lelser, Abraham G. 
Lena on, Michael 
Lezenby, John 
Lindsey, Thomas J. 
Logan, Andrew M. 
Lokerson, Hugh 
Long, Abraham G. 
Long, Hiram 
Long, Jacob J. 
Longsworth, Jacob M, 
Loomis, Mis. Anna M. 
Loonsbury, Mrs. Mar- 
garet E. 
Lovell, John L. 
Lowary, Daniel V. 
Lowry, Samuel B. 
Lowry, Thomas 
Lucas, Mrs. Amanda 
Lydy, Horace E. 
Lynch, Jacob H. 
Mabee, John R. 
McCann, Mrs. Ruth J. 
McCaoghen, John 
McConnell, Alexander 
F. 

McCormick, George W. 
MeCracken, James 
MoDaaiel, Isafeh 
MoGarvey, Joseph G, 
MoXensle, William 
McKim, Mrs. Mary J. 
McLaln, Oliver N. 



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Alger, Russell Alexander— Continued . 



McLean, Hra. Mary 

Louise 
McNeil, lbs. Gertrude 
McSwain, Joseph 
McTwiggan, James 
McWhorter, James B. 
McWhorter, Jehu 
Manning, Mrs. Mary 

M. C. 
Marble, Ephraim 
Marsh, Milton 
Martin, James 
Martin, Thomas J. 
Martin, William M. 
Mason, Orange 8. 
Mason, Stevens Thom- 
son 

May, Mrs. M. Belle 
Mays, Mrs. Eliza J. 
Meadows, Samuel 
Melton, John S. 
Metcalfe, Allen D. 
Middleton, Anna E. 
Miller, James C. 
Miller, Mrs. Margaret S. 
Mllliman, Thomas 
Minnies:, John E. 
Mohn, John P. 
Monroe, Hiram E. 
Moomaw, James M. 
Morris, Mrs. S. Har- 
riet 

Moss, Buford P. • 
Mower, George W. 
Munns, Briee P. 
Murphy, John E. 
Hear, William H. 
Nichols, Joseph 
Nlles, Mrs. Maria 
Noble, James M. 
Nolan, Martin 
North, Granville P.. 
North, Lafayette 
Nortrlp, William H. 
Odear, William H. 
Olney, Henry S. 
Orr, Eugene 
Osborn, Morris 
Ostermenn, William 
Overley, Mrs. Mary L. 
Page, John B. 
Palmer, Cyrus 
Parker, Oeorge At 
Partridge, Katharine 
Patterson, Henry J. 
Pattern, Alexander G. 
Pence, Daniel 
Penington, Mrs. Susan 
Perry, Mrs. Caroline E. 
Phillips, Isaac C. 
Pierce, Oeorge W. 
Pierce, Oliver P. 
Pitman, John H. 
Plimpton, Mrs. Julia L. 
Pollard, Allison W. 
Pol stem, Alexander D. 
Post, Lewis J. 
Potter, Mrs. Alice 
Eddy 

Powell, Mrs. Helen O. 
Prioe, Levi L. 
QUentih, Mrs. Jose- 
phine E. 



Ouigley, William C. 
Oushjlejr, Williams. 
Randall, James S. 
Bardin, Jacob C. 
Raymond, Mrs. Nellie 
Beeder, Oeorge H. 
Eeeder, George W. 
Beese, Mrs. Hannah C. 
Beese, Samuel M. 
Beeve, Leander C. 
Bichardson, Nathan B. 
Bichardson, William G . 
Bichmond, Mrs. Jo- 
sephine I. 
Bdddell, Solomon 
Boblnson, Louis C. 
Sogers, George 
Boschdiantthy, Fred- 
erick 
Bourkq, Garrett 
Boyer, John A. 
Bussell, Amanuel 
Byan, Mrs. Mary . 
Byohman, William H. 
Satterlee, Nelson B. 
Saufley, H. Bowan 
Scott, Joseph E. 
Secheverell, Hamilton 
Selfridge, Mrs. Susan 
W. 

Sexton, Stephen M. 
Sheckler, William H. 
Shepherd, Oeorge W. 
Sheppasd,Mrs.Mazla 0. 
Sherman, Emily J; 
Shipman, Levi I. 
Shoemaker, William 
Shook, Jonathan 
Slier, Jesse 
Sirmyer, John 
Skaden, Charles, Jr. 
Skeans, Jonathan 
Smallwood, Isaac C. 
Smith, Abram V. 
Smith, Bobert 
Smith, William M. 
Snouse, John 
Southard, Nathaniel 
Sparrow, Thomas 
Spioe, Jeremiah 
Spier, Mrs. Catherine 
Stamper, Mes. Lualnda 
Statanah, Samuel J. 
Steok, Henry J. 
Steel, John M. 
Stevens, Mrs. Margaret 
Stevens, Thomas J. 
Stewart, Mrs. Smellne 
A. 

Stewart, James W. 
Stoker, Lorenzo B. 
Storr, Charles W., jr. 
Summers, Harriett B. 
Sutton, Peter D. 
Swift, Frederick W. 
Tarter, Caleb M. 
Thompson, James 
Thompson, Philip B. 
Thompson, William J. 
Thornburgh, Themas 
H. 

Timms, Charles W. 
Todd, Thomas 



Alger, Russell Alexander— Continued. 



White, Samuel A. , 
Whiting, John H. 
WUborn, David 
Wiley, William T. 
WUhelm, John 
Williams, John 
W01iams,Mrs.SarahB. 
Williams, Mrs. SusahJ. 
Wills, Mrs. Eatherlne 
Wilson, James 
Wilson, William 
Wtoans, James J. 
Winfrey, Mrs. Mary 
Wlnget, John P. 
Woodbury, Eli 
Woods, Jesse 
Werrall, Mrs. Emma 
Wright, Jonathan I. 
York, Simeon. 



Town send, Levi H. 
Tram bo, David & 
Turner, David 
Van Blarcom, Mrs. 
Mary 

Van Dusen, Charles H. 
Vanttlburgh, William 
Vaught, Stephen 
Vivian, John N. 
Voss, Charles P. 
Washburn, Oeorge H. 
Watkins, Prank B. 
Welgand, Mrs. Mary A. 
West, Lucius A. 
Wetterioh, Peter 
Whaley, Lucius D. 
White, Alfred P. 
White, Mrs. Lorinda J. 
Whlte.Mxs.BebeooaA. 
Alger, William E. 
Honduras. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Aug. 1906. no. 311, p. 15, 16.) 
Tegucigalpa [1906]. (In Commercial relations, 

1905. 1906. p. 282, 283.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [19081. p. 
114, 115.) 

Algeria. 

Johnston, James. Algeria, exports and im- 
ports ; Trade with United States. ( In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 11, 
12.) 

: Algeria [1905]. (In Commercial relations, 

1905. 1906: p. 364.) 

Same [19061. (In same, 1906. 1907 [19081. 

p. 391-394.) 

Commerce of Algiers. (In Monthly cops. 

and trade rp; Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. 157, 158.) 

Kearney, T. H., and Means, T. H. Agricul- 
tural explorations in Algeria. Aug. 19, 1905. 
98 p. 4 pi. (Plant Industry Bureau. Bul- 
letin 80.) 

Skinner, R. P. France [in Algeria], coloniza- 
tion contrasts; Poisonous beans. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. June, 1906. no. 309, p. 
101-106.) 

See also Date-palms — Fruit — Motor - boats — 
Oils — Staves — Sun. 

Algufi, Josfi. See, as director, Philippine Islands, 
Weather Bureau. 

Alien contract labor. Commerce and Labor 
Department. Response to inquiry, state- 
ment as to introduction of foreign laborers by 
South Carolina, and opinion of Solicitor of 
Department. Feb. 19, 1907. 29 p. (H. doc. 
737, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 53; 5166.) 
See also Jamestown Ter- Centennial Exposition, 
1907— Panama Canal. 

Aliens. President op United States. Execu- 
tive order [authorizing Civil Service Commis- 
sion to certify foreigners for appointment when 
there are no American citizens eligible, also, 
to certify for appointment competitors who 
received highest ratings in examination when 
no eligibles were secured thereby]. June 13, 

1906. lp.f 

See also Alaska, Fisheries — Chinese exolusion — 
Honduras— Immigration and emigration— Nat- 
. uralisation— Prostitution — Sponge. 
Alituya-Bay. See Lituya Bay. 



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Alkali lands. 

Dorset, G. W. Alkali soils of United States, 
review of literature and summary of present 
information. 1906. 196 p. 13 il. (Soils Bu- 
reau. Bulletin 36.) 

Reclamation of alkali soils. 1906. 30 p. 

4 pi. (Soils Bureau. Bulletin 34.) 

Harteb, L. L. Variability of wheat varieties in 
resistance to toxic salts [with bibliography]. 
July 27, 1905. 48 p. (Plant Industry Bureau. 
Bulletin 79.) 
Allbright, Samuel. 

Patterson, G. R. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 15252, to increase pen- 
sion of Allbright. Mar. 1,1906. 1 p. (H.rp. 
1813, 59th Cong. 1st sess. Jn v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1812. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 15252, to increase pension of 
Allbright. Apr. 3, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2323, 
59th Cong, lstaess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1812. 
Alice, James Frank, Senator from Delaware. 

See, for reports from Committee on Claims, 
Corn Exchange National Bank— Livingston, 
Jacob, ft Co. — McOee, James M. For reports 
from Committee on District of Columbia, Bee 
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad [2]— D. C. Parks 
[21— D. C. Police Department, Metropolitan 
[2]— D. C. Streets [2]. 

Allee, Mrs. Mildred L. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 19937, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Allee. Feb. 2, 1907. 
2 p. (H. rp. 7156, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2622. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19937, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Allee. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
3. 6919, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2622. 

Allegheny College. Otjen, Theobold. Report 
from Committee on War Claims, submitting 
H. R. 300 to refer H. 8841, for relief of trustees 
of college, to Court of Claims. Feb. 21, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 1593, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In 
v. C.) 

Allegheny County, Pa. 

• Wanger, I. P. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 
21200, to authorize county of Allegheny to con- 
struct bridge across Allegheny River. Dec. 
14, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 6464, 59th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. 1; 5064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 
848. 

Woolsey, L. H. Economic geology of Beaver 
quadrangle, Pa., southern Beaver and north- 
west Allegheny counties. 1906 [1907]. vi + 
132 + vi p. 35 il. 7 pi. mapin pocket. (Geolog- 
ical Survey. Bulletin 286.) 

Same. (H. doc. 834, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 

In v. 77; 5017.) 

See also Ohio River. 

Allegheny River. 
Engineer Department. Locks and dams in 
river. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 1905. 
1905. pt. 2, p. 1862-65.) [Appeared also as 
House document 167) 58th Congress, 3d ses- 
sion, in v. 51; 4880.] . . • 



Allegheny River— Continued. 

Engineer Department. Same. (In Sibert, 
W. L. Annual report upon improvement of 
harbor at Pittsburg, Pa., of Allegheny River, 
and of Monongahela River [etc.], 1906.) 

Sibert, W. L. Annual report upon improve- 
ment of harbor at Pittsburg, Pa., of Allegheny 
River, and of Monongahela River, construc- 
tion of locks and dams 2-7, operating and care 
of locks and dams 1-6, and dredging pool 6 in 
Ohio River, 1905. (In Engineer Dept. Re- 
port, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 466-481; pt. 2, p. 
1823-70.) 

Same, separate. 

Same, and dredging pool 3,4, and 6 in Ohio 

River, operation of snag boars on Ohio River in 
Pennsylvania, 1906. (In same, 1906, 1906. 
pt. 1, p. 518-529; pt. 2, p. 1*71-1614,) 

Same, separate. 

Wanger, I. P. Report from Committee on In- 
terstate and Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 
21200, to authorize county of Allegheny, Fa., 
to construct bridge across river. Dec. 14, 

1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 5464, 50th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 1; 5064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 848. 

Report from Committee on Interstate and 

Foreign Commerce, amending H. 25627, to 
authorize county of Armstrong, Pa., to con- 
struct bridge across river. Feb. 16, 1907. lp. 
(H. rp. 7639, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 
5066.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1234. 

Allegiance. See Citizens of United States. 

Alleman, Qellert. Quantity and character of 
creosote in well-preserved timbers. May 9, 

1907. 16 p. 2 if. (Forest Service. Circu- 
lar 98.) 

Allen, Amos L. See, as partner, Larrabee ft 
Allen. 

Allen, Amos Lawrence, Representative from 
Maine. See, for reports from Committee on 
District of Columbia, D. C. Military societies— 
D. C. Parks — D. C. Streets [4]. 

Allen, Andrew Hussey. See, as chief, Bolls and 
Library Bureau. 

Allen, Andrew P. 
McC umber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 5555, to increase pension 
of Allen. Apr. 9, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 2897, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1779. 
Weissb, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 6555, to increase 
pension of Allen. Mar. 19, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2388, .59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1779. 

Allen, C. Loomis. Problems in electric railway 
operation. (In National Association of Rail- 
way Commissioners. Proceedings, 1905. 1905. 
p. 74-77.) 

Allen, Carrie May. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 23440, to pension Carrie 
May Allen. Feb. 20, 1907. lp. (S.rp.6971, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2769. 

, Suixoway, C. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 23440, to pension 
Carrie May Allen. Feb. 2, 1967. 2 p, (H. 
rp. 7217, 69th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2769. 



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Allen, Charles Julius. See, as engineer, Aaa- 
oostia Kiver— as member of board, Illinois 
Biver. 

Allen, Charles L. Waldo, G. E. Report from 
Committee on Claims, favoring H. 13946, for 
relief of Allen. Feb. 24, 1806. 1 p. (H. rp. 
1707, 59th Cong, let eees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1940. 

Allen, Clarence W. President op United 
States. Executive order [authorising rein- 
statement of James T. Peterson and Allen to 
positions in post-office at Mobile, Ala.]. Feb. 
27, 1906. lp.f 

Allen, David H. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11866, to increase pen- 
sion of Allen. Apr. 2, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2255, 59th Cong. 1st seat. In v. D.) Stat. h. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1798. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 11866, to in- 
crease pension of Allen. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1921, 59th Cong, 1st seas. In v. (X) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1798. 

Allen, Mrs. Delight A. 
Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 4817, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Allen. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 2595, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1856. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 4817, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Allen. Mar. 12, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
1612, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1856. 

Allen, Edwin P., bishop of Mobile. See, as trus- 
tee, Roman Catholic Church. 
Alien, Edwin West. 

Individual as factor in agricultural research 
[editorial]. (In Experiment station record. 
1906. v. 18, no. 1, p. 1-6.) 

Same, separate. [1906.1 p. 1-6. (Experiment 
Stations Office. [Publication] 937.) 

Some ways in which Department of Agriculture 
and experiment stations supplement each 
other. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1905. 
1906. p. 167-182.) 

Same, separate. [1906.1 iii -f 167-182 p. (Ex- 
periment Stations Office.) 

[20th annual] convention of Association of Ameri- 
can Agricultural Colleges and Experiment 
Stations, 1906. (In Experiment station rec- 
ord. 1907. v. 18, no. 5, p. 406-416.) 

[21st] same, 1907. (In same. 1907. v. 18, no. 
11, p. 1007-18.) 

See also, as joint author, True, Alfred Charles. 
Allen, Ethan. Permanence of climatic condi- 
tions [extract from letter]. (In Monthly 
weather review, Jan. 1967. Apr. 10, 1907. 
v. 36, p. 7.) 
Allen, Ethan. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 15061, to increase' pen- 
sion of Allen. Apr. 16, 1906. 1 p, <S. rp. 
2651, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1903. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 15061, to increase 
pension of Allen. Mar. 13, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2240, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v, D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1903. 



Allen, Francis D., and others. See Notrrse, 
Joseph E. and William, and others. 

Allen, Frederick Innes. See, as commissioner, 
Patent Office. 

Allen, Oeorge H. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 7138, to increase pension 
of Allen. Feb. 11, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 6530, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2698. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7138, to increase 
pension of Allen. Feb. 19, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7840, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2698. 

Allen, Qrenville F. See, as acting superintend- 
. ent, Mount Rainier National Park. 

Allen, Henry. 
Kbuheb, JT. A. Report from Committee oh In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 4393, to increase 
pension of Allen. Jan. 13, 1906. 2 p.' (H. 
rp. 229, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) "Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1464. 
McCcmber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 4393, to increase pension 
of Allen. Jan. SO, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 555, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. V. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1404. 

Allen, Henry Tureman. See, as director, Philip- 
pine Islands, Constabulary Bureau. 

Allen, James. See, as chief signal officer, Signal 
Office. 

Allen, James L. 
McCuhber, P. J. Report from Committee, on 
Pensions, favoring H. 3355, to increase pension 
of Allen. Jan. 12, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 4858, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2294. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 3355, to increase 
pension of Allen. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H.rp. 
5166, 59th Ceng. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2294. 

Allen, Joel Asaph. Influence of physical condi- 
tions in genesis of species. (In Smithsonian 
Institution. Report, 1905. 1906. p. 375-402.) 
[From Radical review, 1, 1877.] 
Same, separate. 1907. p. 375-402. (Smith- 
sonian Institution. [Publication] 1687.) 

Allen, John. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Military Affairs, favoring H. 13122, to correct 
military record of Allen. Feb. 26, 1907. 1 p. 
(8. rp. 7292, 69th Cong. 2d Bess. In v. D.) 
Parker, R. W. Report from Committee on Mil- 
itary Affairs, favonng H. 13122, to correct mil- 
itary record ef Allen. May 21, 1906. 7 p. 
(H. rp. 4345, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. G.) 
President or United States. Message return- 
ing without approval H; 13122, authorizing 
Secretary of War to revoke dishonorable dis- 
. charge issued in case of Allen. Mar. 2, 1907. 
2 p. (H. doc. 780, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
63; 5166.) 

— Same, message only. (In House Journal, 
p. 628, 59th Cong. 2d sees. ; «068.) 
Allen, Joseph H. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. -1728,' to increase 
pension of Allen. Apr, 23, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. S4834 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1921. 



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Altou, Joseph H — Continued. 
Taliafebro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 1728, to 
increase pension of Allen. Apr. 9, 1906 . 2 p. 
(S. rp. 2472, 59th Cong, let seas. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1921. 

Allen, Josiah F. 

Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 13198, to increase 



pension of Allen. Feb. 26, 1906. 1 p. _(H. 
rp. 1750, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1751. 



McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 13198, to increase pen- 
sion of Allen. Mar. 28, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2172, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1751. 

Allen, Leslie J. Work against Texas fever, with 
special reference to Oklahoma. (In Animal 
Industry Bureau. Bulletin 97. Mar. 4, 1907. 
p. 66-70.) 

Allen, Mrs. Lissie D. 
Samuel, E . W. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 21294, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Allen. Jan. 24, 1907. 1 p. 7H. rp. 
6674, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2500. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 21294, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Allen. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (S.rp. 6383, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2500. 

Allen, Lucinda. See Walker, T. Alonzo, and 
Todd, A. C, and others. 

Allen, Mrs. Mary E. 
Loudenslager, H. C. Report from Committee 
en Pensions, favoring S. 4742, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Allen. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7392, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2421. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 4742, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Allen. Jan. 21, 1907. 
1 p. (S. rp. 5132, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2421. 

Allen, Mrs. Nancy N. 
McLain, F. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 15393, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Allen. Mar. 1, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
1817, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1814. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 15393, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Allen. Apr. 3, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 2358, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1814. 

Allen, Olive M. See, as heir, Camp, Adam. 

Allen, Mrs. Rachel. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 17231, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Allen. May 2, 1906. 1 p. (S.rp. 
3287, 58th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2043. 
Richardson, William. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending H. 17231, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Allen. Mar. 29, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 2728, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In t. 
E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2043. 

Allen, Rufus C. 
Loudenslaoer, E. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 4510, to increase pen- 



AHcn, Rufus C— Continued. 

tion of Allen. Jan. 10, 1907. i p. (H. rp. 
6195, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2263. 
Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 4510, to increase pension of 
Allen. Dec. 17, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4669, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2263. 

Allen, Walter Cummings. See, as electrical 
engineer, District of Columbia, Electrical De- 
partment. 

Allen, Weld N. Court of Claims. Findings in 
case of Lucy M. Allen and Joseph A. Holmes, 
administrators of Weld N. Allen. Jan. 25, 
1907 . 2 p. (S. doc. 248, 69th Cong. 2d sees. 
In v. 5; *0T9.) 

Allen, William M. Report on baking powders 
[1906]. (In Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 105. 
June 29, 1907. p. 28, 29.) 

Aller, Prank D. Antofagasta. (In Commercial 
relations, 1905. 1906. p. 313, 314.) 

Allerton, Point. See Boston, Mass. 

Alley, Shad rack H. J. 
Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 24383, to increase pen- 
sion of Alley. Feb. 8, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6483, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2592. 

Richardson, William. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending H . 24383, to increase 
pension of Alley. Jan. 24, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6646, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2592. 
Allhands, Mrs. Mary J. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 7241, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Allhands. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 749, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1591. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7241, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Allhands. Feb. 27, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 1382, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1591. 

Alliance, U. S. S. Equipment Bureau. Cata- 
logue of ship's and crew's libraries of U. S. S. 
Alliance. Jan. 1906. 30 p. 12° 

Alligator. Reese, A. M. Breeding habits of 
Florida alligator. (Smithsonian Institution 
[publication 1696}. In Smithsonian miscella- 
neous collections, v. 48. 1907. p. 381-387, 
2 pi.) 

Same, separate. May 4, 1907. p. 381-387, 

2 pi. (Smithsonian Institution. [Publica- 
tion] 1696.) 

Alligator-pear. See Avocado. 

Alligator River. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Albemarle Sound, N. C, eastern part, from 
Atlantic Ocean to Pasquotank River; with 
inset, Continuation of Alligator River; chart 
140. Scale 1:80,000. Apr. 1907, first pub- 
lished 1860. 29 X 31.3 and 8 X 7.2 in. 

Ailing, Stephen. See Eliza, brig. 

Allis, Mrs. Farrie M. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 9093, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Allis. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2031, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1736. 



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Allis, Mrs. Farrie M.— Continued. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Oommittee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 9098, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Allis. Mar. 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
" " " Inv. C.) Stat. 



rp. 1875, 59th Cong. 1st 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1736. 



Allis-Chalmers Company. 
Dubois, F. T. Report from Committee on Dis- 
trict of Columbia, favoring S. 7028, for relief 
of company. Jan. 12, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
4906, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat, t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2314. 
Olcott, J. V. Report from Committee on Dis- 
trict of Columbia, favoring S. 7028, for relief of 
company. Jan. 25, 1907 . 2 p. (H. rp. 6719, 
59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2314. • 
Allison, Abby E. See Gould, Ibenezer. 
Allison, Francis. Court of Claims. Findings 
in case of E. M. Allison, administrator of 
Francis Allison. June2, 1906 . 2 p. (H.doc. 
869, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 
Allison, George W. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 7547, to in- 
crease pension of Allison. Feb. 19, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1367, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1689. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 7547, to increase pension of 
Allison. Mar. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1638, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1689. 
Allison, John H. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 2794, to increase 
pension of Allison. Jan. 8, 1907. 2 p. (H. 

„ „ In v. B.) Stat. 



rp. 5939, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2,. p. 2260. 



McCumbbr, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 2794, to increase pen- 
sion of Allison. Dec. 17, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
4646, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2260. 

Allison, Joseph M. 
Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3219, to increase 
pension of Allison. May 4, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3736, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. 
E. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1944. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen* 
sions, amending S. 3219, to increase pension of 
Allison. Apr. 16, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 2660, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. £.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1944. 

Allison, T. F. Sims, T. W. Report from Com- 
mi t tee on War Claims, Submitting H. R. 463, 
to refer H. 4065, for relief of Allison, to Court 
of Claims. May 11, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 4026, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 

Allison, William Boyd, Senator from Iowa. See, 
for papers presented, Engraving and Printing 
Bureau — Government supplies — Panama Canal. 

Allison, William P. See Hannah, B., and 
others. 

AHmond, Harrison. See lovely Lass, schooner. 
Allmond, John O. O. See, as administrator, 

Lovely Lass, schooner. 
Allotments. See Alaska, Education. , 



Allotted lands. See Hopl Indians— Indian Ter- 
ritory—Indians — Mixed-blood Indians. 
Alloys. Gcthe, K. E., and Austin, L. W. Ex- 

gerimeotfl on Heuslcr magnetic alloy a. (In 
tandards Bureau. Bulletin, v. 2, no. 2, 
Aug- 15. 1906. p. 297-318, U.) 

Same, separate, 1906. p. 297-316, 

il. large 8" {Reprint 38.) 
See also Copper— Ferro-phosphoro us— Gold- 
Silverware. 
Allyn, Mrs. Lucie A. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 23198, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Allyn. Feb. 21, 1907. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 7069, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2766. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 23198, to in- 
crease pension or Mrs. Allyn. Feb. 7, 1907, 
2 p. (H. rp. 7493, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In V. 
D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2766. 
Almagro, Maria Luisa Calvo de. See Calvo de 

Almagro, Maria Luisa. 
Almanacs. Morrison, H. A. Preliminary 
check list of American almanacs, 1639-1800. 
1907. 160 p. large 8' (Library of Congress.) 
See also Nautical Almanac Office. 
Almeida, Port. H yd rog r a rn ic Office. Port 
Almeida, Pomar Channel. Scale naut. m.= 
3.5 in. 4.7 X 6.7 in. (On Hydrographic 
Office. Tierra del Fuego; chart 2392. Apr. 
1907.) 

Almerfa. See Grapes. 

Almonds. Birch, D. R. Almond crop of Malaga' 

Higher raisin prices. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 105, 106.) 

Almy, Herbert. See, as administrator, Atlantic, 
schooner. 

Aloes. See Agave. 

Alspach, Henry W. 

Edwards , D . C . Report from Commi ttee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 17266, to in- 
crease pension of Alspach. June 1, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 4586, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2490. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 17266, to increase pension of 
Alspach. Feb. 12, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6628, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2490. 

Alspaugh, John. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Mili- 
tary Affairs, favoring S. 1211, to correct miuV 
tary record of Alspaugh. Apr. 26, 1906. lp. 
(S. rp. 2920, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2153. 

Prince, G. W. Report from Committee on Mili- 
tary Affairs, favoring S. 1211, to correct mili- 
tary record of Alspaugh. May 18, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 4268, 59th Cong. 1st ease. Jn v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2153. 

Alsup, John F. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 5205, to increase 
pension of Alsup. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
" " • Inv. F.) Stat. 



E. 3543, 59th Cong. 1st e 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1934. 



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AUtip, John F.— Continued. 
McCuiiMm, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 5205, to increase pen- 
sion of Alsup. Apr. 2, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
2213, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. D.) SUt. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1934. 

Altamaha River. Hall, M. R., and Hott, J. C. 
Report of progress of stream measurements for 
calendar year 1905: pt. 4, San tee, Savannah, 
Ogeechee, and Altamaha rivers and eastern 
Gulf of Mexico drainages. 1906. 164 + ii P- 
2 il . map. (Geological Survey. Water-supply 
and irrigation paper 168.) 

— Same. (H. doc. 752, 59th Cong. 1st 

seas. In v. 81; 6021.) 

Altamaha Sound. Coast and Geodetic Sub- 
vet. Doboy and Altamaha sounds, Ga.; chart 
446. Scale 1:40,000. Dec. 1905, first pub- 
lished 1871. 21.5 X 28.8 in. 

Altemus, Parthenia E. See, as heir, Emmerich, 
Charles F. , 

Altitude. X. Improved methods for finding alti- 
tude and, azimuth, geographical position, and 
variation of compass. 1905 . 8 p. 7 il. 4° 
(Weather Bureau. [Publication] 386.) 

' Same. (In Monthly weather review, June, 

1905. Aug. 26, 1905. v. 33, p. 242-248, 7 il.) 
Same, 2d article. (In Monthly weather re- 
view, Jan. 1906. Apr. 7, 1906. v. 34, p. 7-9, 
6 il.) 
See also Heights. 

Alton, 111. Scott, N. B. Report from Commit- 
tee on Public Buildings and Grounds, amend- 
ing S. 3294, for public building at Alton. Feb. 
22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1221, 59th. Cong. 1st 
seas. Inv. 1; 4804.) 

Aitona Bay. See Lituya Bay. 

Aktbifit Anchorage. Coast and Gbodbtic Sur- 
vey. Alubijit Anchorage, north coast of Min- 
danao, from Spanish survey in 1863. Scale 
1:40,000. 5.5 X 5 in. (On Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey. Mindanao; chart 4644. July, 
1905.) 

Alugubuna Point Anchorage. Hydrographic 
Office.- Mandji and Alugubuna Point an- 
chorages, Cape Lopez Bay. Scale naut. m.= 
2.25 in. 8X6 in. (On Hydrographic Office. 
Africa; chart 2314. Jan. 1907.) 

Alum. Hates, C. W. Gila River alum deposits. 
(In Geological Survey. Bulletin '315. 1907. 
p. 215-223, 1 il.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to aluminum and- bauxite, [cat- 
. endar year] 1906.) 
Alumina. McOandless, J. M. Report on deter- 
mination of iron and alumina in phosphates 
' and on citrate solution. (In Chemistry Bu- 
reau. Bulletin 105. June 29, 1907. p. 157- 
159.) 
Aluminium. 

Geological Survey. Investigations relating 
i to aluminum and bauxite, [calendar year] 1906 

Brith bibliography]. (In Geological Survey. 
ulletin315. 1907. p. 215-224, 1 il.) , 
1-— Same, separate. 

-i— — Production of bauxite and aluminum, [cal- 
' endar year] 1905. 1906. 7 p. 
Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral re- 
sources, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 1171-74.) 



Aluminium— Continued. 
Manufactures Bureau. Demand for alumi- 
num. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 

1906, no. 308, p. 91, 92.) 

— — Increased production of aluminum. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1906. no. 
307, p. 211, 212.) 

Schnattkrbbck, C. C. Production of alumi- 
num and bauxite, [calendar year] 1904. 1905. 
J4p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1904. 1905. p. 285-294.) 

See also Alzen. 
Alumni. See Periodicals. 
Alvarez, Port. Hydrooraphdo Office. Port 
Alvarez.. Scale 1000 yds. = 3.98 in. 8.1X8.2 
in. (On Hydrographic Office. Baker Inlet; 
chart 2051. July, 1905.) 
Alves, John. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 8242, to in- 
crease pension of Alves. Jan. 18, 1906. 2 p, 
(H. rp. 278, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1595. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 8242, to increase pension of 
Alves. Feb. 13,1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 893, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. Inv.B.) Stat. D. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1595. 

Alvord, Clarence Walworth. Eighteenth Cen- 
tury French records in archives of Illinois. 
(In American Historical Association. Report, 
1905. 1906. v. 1, p. 353-366.) 
Same. (In American Historical Association. 
[6th] report of Public Archives Commission, 

1905. ) 
Same, separate. 

Alzen. Guenther, Richard. Alzen, a new 
metal. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 

1907. no. 316, p. 57.) 
Amargosa Desert. See Death Valley. 

Amazon, ship. Court of Claims. Conclusions 
of law and fact in French spoliation cases re; 
lating to ship, Israel Trask, master. • Dec. 3,- 

1906. 8 p. (H. doc. 49, 59th Cong. 2d aess. 
In v. 47; 6160.) 

Amazon River. See Fish and fisheries. 

Ambassadors. See Diplomatic service. 

Ambavatobi Bay. Hydrographic Office. Am- 
bavatobi Bay, [or] Dalrymple Bay, Madagas- 
car, north-west coast, from French survey in 
■ 1902; chart 607: Scale naut. m.=2.85 in. 
Sept. 1905. 26.4 X 19.4 in. 

Ambos Camarines Province. Sadbrra MascV 
Miguel. Earthquakes of Ambos Camarines, 
Apr. 19, 1907. (In Philippine Islands, Weather 
Bureau. Bulletin, Apr. 1907. Manila, 1907. 
p. 172-183.) [English and Spanish.]. 

Ambtiz, Angola. Hydrographic Office. Port 
Ambriz, Angola. Scale naut. m.=1.5 in. 
6.9X5.7 in. (On Hydrographic Office. Africa; 
chart 2314. Jan. 1907.) 

Ambrizette Bay. Hydrographic Office. Asnr 

brizette Bay, Angola. Scale naut. m.=l in. 
9.2X6 in. (On Hydrographic Office. Africa; 
chart 2314. Jan. 1907.) 

Ambrose Channel. See New York Harbor. 



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Am burn, Alton. 

Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring 8. 202, to increase 
pension of Amburn. Jan. 22, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 453, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In vv A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1449. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 202, to increase pension 
of Ambura. Jan. 8, 1908. 2 p. (8. rp. 34, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1449. 

Amebas. See Amoeba*. 

Amende, Frederick A. 
Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 8663, to increase 
pension of Amende. Jan. 29, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 631, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 1603. 
Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 8668, to increase pension of 
Amende. Feb. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1252, 
69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1603. 

America Fernandez de Ybarra, A. M. Letter 
of Diego Alvarez Chanca, dated 1494, relating 
to 2d voyage of Columbus to America, being 1st 
written document on natural history, ethnog- 
raphy, and ethnology of America; [translated 
from Spanish original, as spoken and written in 
15th century, with explanatory notes, geo- 
graphical and historical remarks]. (Smith- 
sonian Institution [publication 1698]. In 
Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 48. 
1907. p. 428-457, 1 il. 1 pi.) 

Same, separate. May 4, 1907. p. 428-457, 

1 fl. 1 pi. (Smithsonian Institution. [Publi- 
cation] 1698.) 
See also Latin America. 

America, Internationa] Sunday School Asso- 
ciation of. See International Sunday School 
Association of America. 

American Association of Commerce and Trade, 
Berlin, Germany. Letter relative to advisa- 
bility of placing woolen rags on free Mb*. Mar. 
30, 1906. 1 p. (BT. doc. 670, 59th Cong. 1st 
seas. In v. 49; 49W.) 

American Association of Fanners' Institute 
Workers. Proceedings of 10th annual meet- 
ing, Washington, D. C, Nov. 9-11, 1905: 
edited by W. H. Beal, John Hamilton, and 
6. C. Creelman. 1906. 95 p. (Experiment 
Stations Office. Bulletin 165.) 
Same, 11th, Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 12-14, 1906; 
edited by W. H. Beat and John Hamilton. 
Apr. 5, 1907. 90 p. (Experiment Stations 
Office. Bulletin 182.) 

American Association of rlortictrltuiwl In- 
spectors. Reports of preliminary and annual 
meetings of association, 1897-1905. (In Ento- 
mology Bureau. Bulletin 61. Nov. 5, 1906. 
p. 201-219.) 

American Bar Association. Copyright bill, 
S. 6330, H. 19853, comment upon bill and upon 
criticisms thereof by copyright committees of 
American Bar Association and Association of 
Bar of City of New York; pt. 3 [of Amend- 
ments proposed to copyright bill]. 1906 
[1907]. 35 p. (Copyright Office.) 

American Circulating Library of Manila. , See 
Philippine Islands. 



Am erican citizens. See CUtsjsns of BsJseC 
States. 

American Conference, International. See In- 
ternational American Conference. 

American Cross of Honor. See District of Co- 
lumbia. 

American elm. See Mm. 

American ephemeris and nautical almanac 

for 1906. 2d edition. 1906. viii + [ij + 595 
p. il. 2 maps, large 8* (Nautical Almanac 
Office.) 

Same for 1909. 1st edition. 1906. viii + 599 
p. il. 2 maps, large 8° (Nautical* Almanac 
Office.) 

Same for 1910. 1st edition. 1906 [1907], viii -f- 
593 p. il. 2 maps, large 8° (Nautical Almanac 
Office.) 

American Ethnology Bureau. See Ethnology 
Bureau! 

American Historical Association. 

Annual report, 1905. 1906-07 [1908]. 2 v. 
429 + 1374 p. 2 il. 

Same. (H. doc. 923 [2 pts.], 59th Cong. 1st seas. 
In v. 107, 108; 6047, 0048.) 

Report of committee on methods of organization 
and work on part of State and local historical 
societies. (In American Historical Associa- 
tion. Report, 1905. 1906. v. 1, p. 249-32&0 

Same, separate. 

Report of conference on 1st year of college work 
in history. (In American Historical Associa- 
tion. Repprt»1905. 1906. v. 1, p. 147-174.) 

Same, separate. 

Report of conference on teaching of history in 
elementary schools. (In American Historical 
Association. Report, 1906. 1906. v. 1, p. 
133-145.) 

Same, separate. 

Report of proceedings of 2d annual meeting of 
Pacific Coast Branch of association (San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., Dec. 1, 2, 1905; Origin of national 
land system under Confederation, by Payson 
Jackson Treat; Slavery in California after 
1848, by Clyde A. Dupiway]. (In American 
Historical Association. Report, 1905. 1906. 
V. 1, p. 219-348.) 

Same, separate. 

Report of proceedings of 21st annual meeting, 
Baltimore [Md.J, and Washington [D. CX Dec,. 
26-29, 1905. (In American Historical' Asso- 
ciation. Report, 1905. 1906*. v. 1, p. 17-54.) 

Same, separate. 

2d report of conference of State and local histor- 
ical societies. (In American Historical Asso- 
ciation. Report, 1905. 1906. v. 1, p. 175- 
217.) 

Same, separate. 

[6th] report of Public Archives Commission, 1905. 
(In American Historical Association. Report, 
1906. 1906. v. 1, p. 327-419.) [For con- 
tents, see Public records.] 

Same, separate. 
American Homeopathic Institute for Drug 
Proving. Wiley, W. H. Report from Com- 
mittee on District of Columbia, amending H. 
12904, to incorporate institute. Feb. 19. 1906. 
1 p. . jH. rp. 1476, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In V. 1; 



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American Instructors of the Deaf, Conven- 
tion of. See Convention of American In- 
structors of toe. Peaf . 

American International Congress on Tuber- 
culosis. - American Republics Bureau. 
Tuberculosis congress [New York, Nov. 14-16, 
19061. (In American Republics Bureau. 
Monthly bulletin. 1906. v. 23, p. 139-142.) 

American larch. See Tamarack. 

American Library Association. 
A. L. A. portrait index, index to portraits con- 
tained in printed books and periodicals, com- 
piled with cooperation of many librarians and 
others for publishing board of association; 
edited by William Coolidge Lane and Nina 
E. Browne. 1906. lxxv -f 1601 p. (Library 
of Congress.) 
Same, extract. (In Library of Congress. A. L. 

A. portrait index. 1906. p. 1-64.) 
Same, separate. 

List of books indexed in A. L. A. portrait index. 

(In Library of Congress. A. L. A. portrait 

index. 1906. p. i-lxxiv.) 
Same, separate. 
. Library op Congress. A. L. A. portrait index, 

1906 [circular announcement of publication 

and price]. [1906.] 1 p. 4° . 
American National Bank of Graham. 
Fowler, C. N. Report from Committee on 

Banking and Currency, favoring S. 2582, to 

authorize American National Bank of Graham, 

Va., to change its location and name. Feb. 8, 

1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 1105, 59th Cong, let sess. 
In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 13. 

Nixon, G. S. Report from Select Committee on 
National Banks, amending S. 2582, to authorize 
American National Bank of Graham, Va., to 
change its location and name. Jan. 31, 1906. 
lp. (S. rp. 582, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 1; 
4904.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 13. 
American National Institute, Paris. 

Frye, W. P. Report from Committee on Foreign 
Relations, amending S. 1, to incorporate 
American National Institute at Paris, France. 
Jan. 8, 1906. 3 p. (S. rp. 29, 59th Cong. 1st 
seas. In v. 1; 4904.) 

State Department. Letter in relation to in- 
corporation of American National Institute at 
Paris. Mar. 15, 1905. 2 p. (S. doc. 4, 59tt» 
Cong, special sess. In v. 2; 4910.) 
American National Red Cross. 

Report [Jan. 5-Dec. 31, 1905]. Jan. 17, 1906. 
7 p. (H. doc. 383, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
47; 4987.) [The society was reincorporated 
Jan. 5, 1905, and placed under the supervision 
of the War Department.] ' 

Same, [for year ending Nov. 30] 1906. Jan. 4, 

1907. 14 p. (H. doc. 395, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
Inv. 51; 5164.) 

- State Department. Estimate of appropriation 
for representation of society at London in June, 
1907. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (H, doc. 487, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 51; 8164.) 

American nautical almanac for 1907. 2d edi- 
tion. 1900. vm' + 278p;2il. (Nautical Al- 
manac Office.) 
Same for 1909. 1st edition. 1906. viii + 272 

p. 2 il. (Nautical Almanac Office.) 
Same for 1910. 1st edition. 1907. viii + 272 
p. 2 il. (Nautical Almanac Office.) 



American Philosophical Society. DttrdiH, 
J. F. Report from Committee on Library, 
amending S. C. R. 16, to accept invitation of 
society to attend celebration of 200th anni- 
versary of birth of Benjamin Franklin, to be 
held at Philadelphia Apr* 17, 1906. Mar. 19, 
1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 1800, 59th Cong, tot <sees. 
In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2830. 

American practical navigator, epitome of navi- 
gation and nautical astronomy, by Nathaniel 
Bowditch; revised in 1880 under direction of 
Bureau of Navigation by P. S. Cooper., revised 
in 1903 under direction of Bureau; of Equip- 
ment by G. W. Logan. [4th edition of revised 
edition.] [Nov. 10] 1905. 652 p. 67 il. large 
8° (Hydrographic Office. [Publication] 9 [2 

Same. [5th edition of revised edition.] 1906. 
652 p. 67 il. large 8° ([Publication] 9.) 

American Printing House for Blind. Payne, 
S. E. Report from Committee on Ways and 
Means, favoring H. 16290, to modify act to pro- 
mote education of blind [so as to postpone until 
1937 maturity of $250,000 of 4 per, centum 
United States bonds held in trust for American 
Printing House for Blind], as substitute for H. 
15646. Mar. 13, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 2272, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 460. 

American Railroad of Porto Rico. Porto 
Rico. Ordinance of Executive Council [en- 
acted Mar. 16, 1906], permitting extension of 
railroad track into Arecibo (by Companfa de 
los Ferrocarrilea de Puerto Rico and ite assign, 
American Railroad Company of Porto Ricoj. 
Apr. 26, 1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 725, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 

American Railway Accounting Officers, Asso- 
ciation of. See Association of American 
Railway Accounting Officers. 

American register. See Shipping— names of in- 
dividual vessels requiring registers. 

American Republics. See Latin America. 

American Republics Bureau. 
Additions to Columbus Memorial Library, July- 
Dec. 1905, library series 11. 1905. xxxiii p. 
(In American Republics Bureau. Monthly 
bulletin. 1906. v. 22, no. 1.) 
Same, Jan.-June, 1906, library series 12. 1906. 

xlvii p. (In same. v. 28, no. 1.) 
Same, July-Dec. 1906, library series 13. 1907. 
xlii p. (In same. 1907. v. 24, no. 1.) [In 
addition to these semiannual lists, each num- 
ber of the Monthly bulletin contains a list of 
additions for the preceding month.] 
American constitutions [with bibliographies], 
compilation of politioal constitutions of inde- 
pendent Nations of New World, with short his- 
torical notes and appendixes; by Jose Ignacio 
Rodriguez. July, 1905, [published] 1906-07. 
y. 1, 2, 422 + 452 p. large 8° [Each volume is 
in 2 parts. Each constitution appears in its 
original language, with translation into Spanish 
or English, as the case may be. The constitu- 
tion of Brazil is given in Portuguese, English, 
and Spanish, and the constitution of Haiti is 
given in French, English, and Spanish, v. 3 
will contain appendix and index.] 
[15th] annual report of director, 1905..'. Dec, 12, 
1905. 9 p. (Si doc. 68, 59th Cong. 1st sees. 
In v. 2; 4910.) " 



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American Republics B u reau — Continued . 
[16th] same [1006, with appendix]. Nov. 7, 1906. 
17 p. 

Same. (In American Republics Bureau. 

Monthly bulletin. 1906. v. 23, p. 1144-60.) 
Same, Spanish [without appendix}. Nov. 7, 

1906. 8 p. 

Cuba, by Gonzalo do Quesada; (including Books 
relating to Cuba, by A. P. C. Griffin, and Maps 
relating to Cuba, by P. Lee Phillips]. Nov, 

1905. 541 p. 42 pi. map. 

Guatemala, country of the future; by Charles M. 
Pepper. 1906. 80 p. 1 por. 7 pi. 

Same. (In American Republics Bureau. 
Monthly bulletin. 190(8. v. 22, p. 437-446, 
753-760, 1090-94, 1369-75, 1721-45.) 

International Bureau of American Republics. 

1906. 35 p. 
Same, Spanish. 38 p. 

International Bureau of American Republics. 

1907. 6 p. 
Same, French. 
Same, Portuguese. 
Same, Spanish. 

Same. (In American Republics Bureau, 
Monthly bulletin. 1907. v. 24, p. 1305-11: 
1418-23; 1500-06; 1521-27.) [English, Spanish, 
Portuguese, and French.] 

[Letter to chairman and members of joint com- 
mittees on 3d International American Confer- 
ence showing programs of previous confer- 
ences, resolutions passed, and results.] Dec. 
27, 1905. 15 p. 

Monthly bulletin, Jan.-June, 1906; [whole noe. 
148-153]. 1906. v. 22 [2 v.], 1867 + [ccxv] p. 

Same. (H. doc. 406, pts. 1-6, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 86, 87; 6026, 6027.) 

Same, July-Dec. 1906; [whole nos. 154-159]. 

1906. v. 23 [2 v.], xxiil + 1608 + [cclv] p. 2 
por. 

Same. (H. doc. 406, pts. 7-12, 59th Cong. 1st 

seas. In v. 88, 89 ; 6028, 6029.) 
Same, Jan.-June, 1907; [whole noe. 160-165]. 

1907. v. 24 [2 v.], 1546 + [eclxi] p. il. 22 por. 
2 pi. 

Same. v. 24 [2 v.], 1646 + fcxlix] p. il. 22 por. 
2 pi. (H. doe. 502,pts. 1-6, 59th Cong. 2d seas. 
In v. 93, 94 ; 6196,6197.) .[Contains articles in 
English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French, 
issued for the purpose of promoting the com- 
mercial and industrial interests of the Latin- 
American States and their relations with the 
United States. Contains texts of treaties, of 
tariff, mining, and other laws, and information 
of importance to those who intend to settle or 
engage in business in those countries. In ad- 
dition some of the Wmthly numbers contain 
lists of the presidents of the American Repub- 
lics, of the Latin-American representatives, in 
the United States and United States represent- 
atives and consulates in Latin-American Re- 
publics, and of the publications of the bureau, 
and tables of values qf coins and weights and 
measures.] 

Price list of publications. [Mar. 1, 1906.] 5 p. 
Same. [July 15, 1906.] 4 p. 
Same. [Jan. 25, 1907.} 4 p. 
H. Doc. 830, 59-2 4 



American Republics Bureaur-Xxmttnued . 

Programme and conditions of competition for 
selection of architect for new building of Inter' 
national Bureau of American Republics, 
Washington, D. C. (In American Republics 
Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1907. v. 24, p. 
811-823, 1 il.) 

Report as to mail entered in Washington post- 
office under penalty provision, July-Dec. 
1906. Jan. 31, 1907. 4 p. <H. doc. 639, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 53; 6166.) 

[Response to resolution, report relative to coal 

Burchased during 1906 lor use of bureau.] 
iec. 5, 1906. (In S. doc. 8, p. 2, 59th Cong. 
2d sess., in v. 2; 6069.) 
3d Pan-American Conference, minutes of meet- 
ing, Apr. 4, 1906, of governing board of Inter- 
national Bureau of American Republics. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly bul- 
letin. 1906. v. 22, p. 1017-28.) 
Transactions of 2d International Sanitary Con- 
vention of American Republics, Washington, 
D. C, Oct. 9-14, 1905. 1906. 460 p. [Eng- 
lish and Spanish.] 

Maps 

Brazil, from official and other sources. Scale 
1:4,752,000. 1905 [published 1906]. 37.8 X 
36.7 in. 

American Roentgen Ray Society. Kennedy, 
J. T. Report on 5th annual meeting of society. 
(In Medicine and Surgery Bureau. Report, 
1905. 1905. p. 180-182.) 

American States, International Conference 
of. See International American Conference. 

Americana. Card Section. Cards for books 
printed in America before 1801. Mar. 1, 1907. 
p. 115, 116. (Bulletin 20.) 

Amerine, Qeorge. Aloee, R. A. Report from 
Committee on Pensions, favoring S. 5046, to 
pension Amerine. Apr. 30, 1906. 3 p. (S. rp, 
3129, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 

Ames, Butler, Representative from Massachu- 
setts. See, for reports from Committee on 
Pensions: 

Adams, Balph A. Maloon.Mrs.FrancesE. 
Anderson, Mrs. Eliza- Manice, Albert 

beth A. Morrison, Mrs. Edith F. 

Barnes, Edward A. O'Hare, Mrs. Mary E. 
Barnum, Thomas W. Osborne, Mrs. Eliza- 
Beatty, Mrs. Emma L. beth S. 
Brown, Talcott M. Parker, Mrs. Sophie S. 

Daniels, Mrs. Clara E. Parks, Neal O'Donnel 
Green, Joseph S. Powell, Mrs. /alia A. 

Harriman, Mrs. Ellen Beese, Mrs. Hannah C. 
Knowlton, William P. Stront, Mrs. Lucy C. 
Leary, Mrs. Ellen E. Wigley, Mrs. Susan 
Lee, Charles Williams, Mrs. Albisa 

McNally, Mrs. Margaret M. 

Ames, Mrs. Elizabeth A. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 6336, to pension 
Mrs. Ames. May 14, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
4135, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2164. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 6336, to pension Mrs. Ames. 
June 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4086, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
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Ames, Herman Vandenburg. See, as chairman 
of Public Archives Commission, American His- 
torical Association. 

Ames, Hugh P. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 17650, to in- 
crease pension of Ames. Apr. 10, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 8121, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 2051. 
La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 17650, to increase pen- 
sion of Ames. May 15, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
3614, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. P.) Stat. L. 
v. 84, pt. 2, p. 2051. 

Ames, John Griffith. See, as in charge? Public 
Documents Division. 

Ames, Joseph Sweetman. See, as commissioner, 
Assay Commission. 

Amesse, John W. American contributions to 
tropical medicine [read before Washington 
State Medical Association at Seattle, Wash., 
July 12, 1904]. (In Public Health and Marine- 
Hospital Service. Report, 1905. 1906. p. 
264-268.) 

Amiable Matilda, brig. Court of Claims. Con- 
clusions of law and fact in French spoliation 
cases relating to brig, William Brown, master. 
Dec. 4, 1906. 6 p. (H. doc. 114, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 47; 5160.) 

Amis, James F. 
Geabin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 4488, to in- 
crease pension of Amis. Apr. 23, 1906. lp. 
(S. rp. 2787, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1948. 
Louden slager, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 4488, to increase pen- 
sion of Amis. May 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
3991, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1948. 

Amite River. McIndoe, J. F. Improvement 
of Bogue Chitto, Chefuncte River, Bogue Falia, 
Tickfaw River and tributaries, Amite River 
and Bayou Manchac, La. [1905]. (In Engi- 
neer Dept. Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 2, p. 
1458-63.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of Homochitto River, and of 
rivers and harbors in southern Louisiana and 
eastern Texas, 1905.) 

Same [1906]. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 

1906. 1906. pt. 1, p. 1312-15.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of Homochitto River, and of rivers 
and harbors in southern Louisiana and eastern 
Texas, 1906.) 

Amity, Pa. Geoixmjical Survey. Amity folio. 

1907. 15 p. il. 3 maps, large 4° (Geologic 
atlas of United States 144.) [Prepared in co- 
operation with State of Pennsylvania.] 

See also Washington County, Pa. 

Ammodytida?. See Sand-lance. 

Ammonea. Hyatt, Alpheus, and Smith, J. P. 
Triassic cephalopod genera of America [with 
bibh'ographyl. 1905. 394 + v p. il. 1 pi. 4° 
(Geological Survey. Professional paper 40.) 

Same. (H. doc. 196, 59th Cong. 1st 

sees. In v. 64; 6004.) 



Ammonia. Parker, E.'W. Prodnctten of gaw, 
coke, tar, and ammonia at gas works and in re- 
tort coke ovens, [calendar year] 1904. 1905. 
30 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1904. 1905. p. 649-674.) 

Same, 1905. 1907 . 31 p. 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1906 [1907]. p. 

767-797.) 

Ammonium citrate. McCandless, J. M._ Re- 
port on determination of iron and alumina in 
phosphates and on citrate solution. (InChem- 
lstry Bureau. Bulletin 105. June 29, 1907. 
p. 157-159.) 

Ammonoidea. See Ammonea. ■ 

Ammunition. Ordnance Department. Price 
list of ordnance stores comprising small arms 
ammunition and its components. 1905. 9 p. 
See also Cartridges — Puses — Kagarmes, ord- 
nance — Primers — Shells, ordnance. 

Ammunition wagons. See Caissons. 

Amosbas. Musoravb, W. E., and Clkgg, M. T. 
Cultivation and pathogenesis of amoeba. (In 
Philippine journal of science, Nov. 1906. 
Manila, 1906. v. 1, no. 9, p. 909-950, 5 pi.) 

Amcebiasis, Intestinal. See Dysentery. 

Amory, Thomas. See Amazom, ship — Catherine, 
schooner— Jeremiah, schooner— Buby, brig. 

Amos, Joseph. 
Burkbtt, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7834, to increase pension 
of Amos. Jan. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5039, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 
34, pt. 2, p. 2333. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 7834, to increase 
pension of Amos. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5119, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2333. 

Amoss, Harold L. See, as joint author, Kaxtle, 
Joseph Hoeing. 

Amoss, William L. Cooperation [of farmers' in- 
stitutes] with national Department of Agricul- 
ture. (In Experiment Stations Office. Bul- 
letin 165. 1906. p. 75, 76.) 

Amoy, China. 
Lufton, S. K. Trade of Amoy. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Feb. 1906. no. 305, p. 
24-26.) 

Paddock, H. L. Commerce of Amoy; Trade 
conditions [in China]. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 35-37.) 
Am phi pods. 

Stebbing, T. R. R. New Costa Rican tun- 
phipod. (In National Museum. Proceed- 
ings. 1907. v. 31, p. 501-504, 2 il. 1 pi. no. 
1490.) 

Same, separate. 1906. 

Wbckel, A. L. Fresh-water amphipoda of 
North America [with bibliography]. (In Na- 
tional Museum. Proceedings. 1907. v. 32, 
p. 25-58, 15 il. no. 1507.) 

Same, separate. 

Amundsen, Roald. To north magnetic pole and 
through Northwest passage, fin Smithsonian 
Institution. Report, 1906. 1907. p. 249-273, 
1 por. 2 pi. 2 p. of pi. map.) [From Geograph- 
ical journal, v. 29, May, 1907.] 



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Same, separate. 1907. p. 249-273, 1 por. 2 pi. 

2 p. of pi. map. (Smithsonian Institution. 

[Publication] 1755.) 
Amur River. See Loach. 

An-tung, Manchuria. Rockhill, W. W. An tune 
[report made by German consul; transmitted 
by Rockhill]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 32-35.) 

Anacortes, Wash. Engineer Depabtment. Re- 

S>rt of examination of harbor at Anacortes. 
ec. 11, 1905. 7 p. (H. doc. 160, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. 45; 4986.) 
Anacostia and Potomac River Railroad. See 

District of Columbia. 
Anacostia River. 
Babcock, J. W. Report from Committee on Dis- 
trict of Columbia, favoring S. 71, requiring 
commissioners of District to prepare report 
upon improvement of Anacostia River flats. 
Dec. 19, 1905. 1 p. (H. rp. 9, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. Inv. 1; 4906.) 

Report from Committee on District of 

Columbia, favoring E. C. R. 21, requiring 
commissioners of District to prepare report 
upon improvement of Anacostia River flats. 
Feb. 22, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 1680, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. Inv.C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2829. 
D. C. Commissioners. Letter relating to in- 
quiry as to improvement of Anacostia flats. 
Mar. 13, 1906. 1 p. (H. doc. 616, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. 49; 4989.) 

Report on improvement of Anacostia flats. 

June 21, 1906. 5 p. (H. doc. 903, 69th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 
Engineer Department. Report of survey of 
Anacostia River fiats, with report of Attorney- 
General regarding title to lands within said 
flats. Dec. 14, 1905. 12 p. 5 maps. (E. doc. 
194, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 45; 4988.) 
Gallinger, J. E. Report from Committee on 
District of Columbia, favoring S. 71, requiring 
commissioners of District to prepare report 
upon improvement of Anacostia River fiats. 
Dec. 15, 1905. 1 p. (S. rp. 9, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 1; 4804.) 
Anadarko, Okla. 
Interior Department. Statement of receipts 
and disbursements in connection with sale of 
town lots at Anadarko, Lawton, and Eobart, 
Okla. [Aug. 1901]. Dec.5,1906. 64p. (B.doc. 
149 [pt. lj, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 48; 8161.) 
Supplemental statement of receipts and dis- 
bursements of funds derived from sale of town 
lots [at Anadarko, Lawton, and Eobart] Okla. 
[Aug. 1901]. Feb. 13, 1907. 9 p. (E. doc. 
149, pt. 2, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 48; 6181.) 
Analysis. See Chemical analysis— Bocks. 
Analysts. See Chemists. 
Anclote River. Satmr, F. R. Improvement of 
Crystal, Anclote, Suwanee, and Withlacoochee 
rivers, Pla. [1906]. (In Engineer Dept. Re- 
port, 1906. 1905. pt. 2, p. 1312-16.) 
Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of rivers and harbors in Florida, 
1906.) 

Same [1906]. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 

1906. 1906. pt. 1, p. 1231-33.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of rivers and harbors in Florida, 
1906.) 



An cud Bay. Htdbographic Opjioe. Ancud 
Bay and approaches, Chile, from Chilean sur- 
veys in 1896 and 1899 ; chart 2372. Scale naut. 
m.=1.78 in. Nov. 1906. 24 X 22.3 in. 

Andersen, Knud. On some bats of genus rhino- 
lophus, collected by W. L. Abbott in islands 
of Nias and Engano. (In National Museum. 
Proceedings. 1906. v. 29, p. 657-659, no. 1440.) 
Same, separate. 

Anderson, A. L. Sims, T. W. Report from 
Committee on War Claims, submitting E. R. 
488, to refer E. 17017, for relief of Anderson, to 
Court of Claims. May 11, 1906. lp. (E. rp. 
4051, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 

Anderson, Andrew J. 
Richardson, William. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending E. 18860, to in- 
crease pension of Anderson. June 6, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 4835, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2245. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring E. 18860, to increase pen- 
sion of Anderson. Dec. 10, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 4523, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stot. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2245. 

Anderson, Anna M. See, as executrix, Shirley, 
Walter, and others. 

Anderson, Charles. See Hannah, E., and others. 

Anderson, Charles L. Q. See, as executor, Shir- 
ley, Walter, and others. 

Anderson, Charles M. See, as secretary of board 
of managers, National Home for Disabled Vol- 
unteer Soldiers. 

Anderson, David Q. See, as engineer, WoU 
Elver. 

Anderson, Eliza O. See, as heir, Hood, Anna, 

and others. 
Anderson, Mrs. Elizabeth A. 

Ames, Butler. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending E. 18627, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Anderson. May 10, 1906. 1 p. 
(E. rp. 3968, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2104. 

Burnham, E. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18627, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Anderson. May 31, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 3930, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2104. 
Anderson, Emma. See Kbit;, Mrs. Emma. 
Anderson, Mrs. Emma C. 

Draper, W. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending E. 1977, to pension Mrs. 
Anderson. Feb. 15, 1906. 2 p. (E.rp. 1302, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1672. 

La Follettb, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring E. 1977, to pension Mrs. 
Anderson. Mar. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1604, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1672. 
Anderson, Francis. 

Debmer, Ellas. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending E. 18242, to in- 
crease pension of Anderson. Jan. 7, 1907. 
1 p. (E. rp. 5825, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2366. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18242, to increase pen- 
sion of Anderson. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 5359, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2366. 



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Anderson, Prank T. Aguascalientee. (InCom- 
mercial relatione, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 86.) 
Anderson, George. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 5829, to in- 
crease pension of Anderson. Jan. 7, 1907. 
2 p. (H. rp. 5776, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
B.) Stat. L. v. S4, pt. 2, p. 2327. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 5829, to increase pernio* of 
Anderson. Jan. 26, 1907 . 2 p. (S. rp. 6450, 
59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2327. 
Anderson, George Everett. 

Amoy. (In Commercial relations, 1905. 1906. 
p. 331, 332.) 

Bovcott, American textiles not affected in south 
China. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 
1906. no. 308, p. 11, 12.) 

Brazil. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 1907 
[1908]. p. 166-172.) 

Brazil. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Aug. 
1906. no. 311, p. 3-12.) 

Brazil. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Sept. 
1906. no. 312, p. 83, 84.) 

[Brazil.] (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Dec. 

1906. no. 315, p. 95-99.) 

Brazil. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 

1907. no. 316, p. 174-176.) 

Brazil. (In Monthly cone, and trade rp. Apr. 

1907. no. 319, p. 110-115.) 
Brazil, Government requirements for [mining] 

companies. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 104, 105.) 

Brazil, lack of tonnage from United States. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 

319, p. 166, 167.) 
Brazil, opposition of Government to valorization 

of coffee. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

June, 1906. no. 309, p. 179-182.) 
Brazil [piano market]. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 199,200.) 
Brazil, preferential [tariff] for United States. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 

319, p. 136-140.) 
Brazil, profits of [railroad] lines. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Aug. 1906. no. 311, p. 

148-150.) 

Brazil, pushing American trade. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 55- 
60.) 

Brazil, reduction of duty on wire when imported 
by agriculturists. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. June, 1907. no. 321, p. 119; 120.) 

Brazil, rubber returns: Educators wanted [in 
Minas Geraes]. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 45-47.) 

Brazil, shipping inferior goods, American ex- 

Sorters charged with faulty methods. (In 
[onthlv cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 
321, p. 81.) 

Brazil, state of Sao Paulo; Trade in timepieces 
[etc.]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 
1907. no. 320, p. 93-102.) 

Brazil, trade in shoes and shoemaking machin- 
ery. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 
1907. no. 320, p. 160-163.) 



Anderson, George Everett — Continued. 
Brazilian crop [of sugar]. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Sept. 1906. no. 312, p. 103, 104.) 
Brazilian trade [in meat]. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 160, 161.) 
Brazil's coffee crop. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 29, 30.) 
China. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 

1906. no. 308, p. 114-123.) 
Chinese Empire. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. June, 1906. no. 309, p. 132-136.) 
Coffee in Brazil. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 214, 215.) 
[Cotton-goods trade in] Brazil, (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 18- 

26.) 

Diamond deposits in Brazil; South American 
fuel market. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
July, 1906. no. 310, p. 169-173.) 

Grading of coffee, New York classification 
adopted [in Brazil]. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. June, 1907. no. 321, p. 148, 149.) 

Japan, growth of merchant marine. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. 
136-138.) 

Metal trade in Brazil. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Aug. 1906. no. 311, p. 134, 135.) 
New linen plant [Canhamo Brazilensis Perini in 

Brazil]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Sept. 1906. no. 312, p. 94-97.) 
Same, with omissions. (In American Republics 

Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1906. v. 23, p. 

633, 634.) 

New linen plant [Canhamo Brazilensis Perini in 

Brazil], (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 147, 148.) 
Patents and trade-marks [in] Brazil. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 

321, p. 210-212.) 
Republic of Brazil. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 13-19.) 
Rio de Janeiro. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 

1907 [1908]. p. 177.) 
Santos. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 1907 

[1908]. p. 177-179.) 
Wild rubber interests [in Brazil] fear plantation 

competition. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 189-191.) 

Women's dress goods in Brazilian cities. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1906. no. 
309, p. 27, 28.) 

Anderson, George W. See Shirley, Walter, and 
others. 

Anderson, John. See, as heir, Johnston, Ver- 
non H. 

Anderson, John C. 

Dixon, Lincoln, Report from -CoaMnittse *n 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 9765, to in- 
crease pension of Anderson. Mar. 19, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 2398, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1790. 

Smoot, Rbed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 9765, to increase pension of 
Anderson. Apr. 2, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2235, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1790. 



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Anderson, John F. 1, Maternal transmission of 
immunity to diphtheria toxine; 2, Maternal 
transmission of immunity to diphtheria toxine 
and hypersusceptibility to horse serum in same 
animal. Aug. 1906. 19 p. (Hygienic Lab- 
oratory. Bulletin 30.) 
See also, as joint author, Bosenau, Milion Joseph. 

Anderson, John H. 
Burkbtt, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 8243, to increase pension 
of Anderson. May 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3754, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2068. 
Calderhkad, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, amending H. 3243, to in- 
crease pension of Anderson. Apr. 30, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 3653, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2068. 

Anderson, Luis. See, aamember, Central Ameri- 
can Peace Conference, 1906. 

Anderson, Pierce. See, as joint author, Bun- 
ham, Daniel Hudson. 

Anderson, R. H. Rubber industry [of Hawaii]. 
(In Hawaii. Report of governor, 1905. 1905. 
p. 83, 84.) 

Same. (In Interior Dept. Reports, 1906, gov- 
ernors of Territories, etc. 1905 {1906]. p. 297, 
298.) 

Anderson, Robert. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings in case of Robert G. Griffin, Catherine H. 
Harris, and Isaac. P. Cromwell, administrator 
of Hannah T. Cromwell, heirs of Aadesson. 
May 2, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 420, 69th Cong, 
let sess. In v. 7; 4916.) 

Anderson, Robert. See, as joint author, Arnold, 
Balyh. 

Anderson, Robert Van Vleck. See Visit and 

fisheries. 
Anderson, Samuel P. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 4833, to increase pension of 
Anderson. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5442, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. E. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2324. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 4833, to in- 
crease pension of Anderson. Jan. 7, 1907. 
2 p. (H. rp. 5780, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
By Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2324. 
Anderson, William E. 

Loudenslaqeb, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 4288, to increase pen- 
sion of Anderson. Mar. 29, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2735, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1848. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 4288, to increase pen- 
sion of Anderson. Mar. 5, 1906. lp. (a. rp. 
1504, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1848. 
Anderson, William Q. Court op Claims. Find- 
ings. Feb. 4, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 682, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 53; SIM.) 
Anderson, William H. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 6885, to increase pen- 
sion of Anderson. Dec. 18, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 4711, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2286. 



Anderson, William H.— Continued. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6885, to increase 
pension of Anderson. Jan. 8, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 6051, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2286. 
Anderson, William H. See, as commissioner, 

Assay Commission. 
Anderson, William Oliver. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H . 22444, to increase pension 
of Anderson. Feb. 1, 1907. I p. (S. rp. 
5981, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2541. 
Richardson, J. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, amending H. 22444, to increase 
tsion of Anderson. Jan. 10, 1907. 1 p. 

In v. B.) 

34, pt. 2, p. 2541. 



a. rp. 6178, 59th Cong. 2d 
Stat. L. v. " 



Anderson, S. C. Latimer, A. C. Report from 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, 
amending S. 1447, for public building at An- 
derson. Jan. 18, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 256, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4904.) 

Anderson Guaranty and Trust Company. 

Adamson, W. C. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 
25773, permitting building of dam across Sa- 
vannah River at [or near] McDaniel Shoals 
[by company]. Feb. 26, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 8095, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 6066.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1238. 

Report from Committee on Interstate and 

Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 25774, per- 
mitting building of dam across Savannah 
River at [or near] Turner Shoals [by company]. 
Feb. 26, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 8096, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 2; 6066.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 1239. 

Report from Committee on Interstate and 

Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 25776, per- 
mitting building of dam across Savannah 
River at [or near] Middleton Shoals [by 
company]. Feb. 26, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
8097, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 6068.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1239. 

Andersonville Shoals. See Savannah Biver. 

Andrew, Elias. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 15499, to. increase pen- 
sion of Andrew. Apr. 30-, 1908. 2 p. (8. rp. 
3192, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2016. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 15499, to in- 
crease pension of Andrew. Apr. 4, 1906. 2 ] 
(H. rp. 2844, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2016. 

Andrews, Albert C. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 2344, to increase pension 
of Andrews. Feb. 19, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1068, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
,y. 34, pt. 2, p. 1649. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 2344, to increase 
pension of Andrews. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 2042, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1649. 



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Andrews, Benjamin P. 

La Follettb, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7508, to increase pension 
of Andrews. June 5, 1906 . 2 p. (S. rp. 
3993, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2166. 
Lindsay, G. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 7508, to increase 
pension of Andrews. Apr. 16, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 3252, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. if.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2166. 

Andrews, Charles McLean. See, as member of 
Public Archives Commission, American His- 
torical Association. 

Andrews, Charles William. Recently discov- 
ered tertiary vertebrata of Egypt. (In Smith- 
sonian Institution. Report, 1906. 1907. p. 
295-307.) [From Science progress in 20th 
century, no. 4, Apr. 1907.] 
Same, separate. 1907. p. 295-307. (Smith- 
sonian Institution. [Publication] 1757.) 

Andrews, Christopher Columbus. Clapp, 
M. E. Report from Committee on Claims, 
amending S. 1026, for relief of Andrews. Jan. 
30, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 674, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. A.) 

Andrews, Edward M. Webster ruin in southern 
Rhodesia, Africa. (Smithsonian Institution 

{publication 1709]. In Smithsonian miscel- 
aneous collections, v. 50. 1907. p. 35-47, 
7 il. 3 pi.) 

Same, separate. May 1, 1907. p. 35-47, 7 il. 
3 pi. (Smithsonian Institution. [Publica- 
tion] 1709.) 

Andrews, Prances E. See, as administratrix, 

Union, schooner, Lunt, master. 
Andrews, Frank. 

Costs of hauling crops from farms to shipping 
pints. Feb.*28, 1907. 63 p. (Foreign Mar- 
kets Division; Statistics Bureau, Bulletin 49.) 

Crop export movement 'and port facilities on 
Atlantic and Gulf coasts. 1905. 80 p. (For- 
eign Markets Division; Statistics Bureau, Bul- 
letin 38.) 

Freight costs and market values [of cotton and 
wheat]. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 
1906. 1907. p. 371-386.) 

Same, separate. 1907. iii + 371-386 p. (For- 
eign Markets Division.) 

Andrews, J. P., and Jourdan, J. W. Richard- 
son, William. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, amending 
H. 21194, to authorize Andrews [and] Jourdan 
to construct dams and power stations on Bear 
River in Tishomingo County, Miss. Jan. 14, 
1907 . 2 p. (H. rp. 6378, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 1; 6064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 929. 

Andrews, Oscar. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 20733, to increase 
pension of Andrews. Jan. 8, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 5902, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2628. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 20733, to increase pension of 
Andrews. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5730, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2628. 



Andrews, Samuel L. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 1821, to increase pension of 
Andrews. Jan. 29, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 477, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1550. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1821, to increase 
pension of Andrews. Feb. 14, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1276, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1550. 
Andrews, William E. See Auditor for Treasury 
Department. 

Andrews, William H., Delegate from New Mex- 
ico. Land Office, General. Report as to 
contract for sale of lands in New Mexico be- 
tween officials of Territory and Andrews. May 
14, 1906. 10 p. (H. doc. 799, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 50; 4890.) 
See also, for reports from Committee on Terri- 
tories, New Mexico — Taos County, If. Hex. 

Anemometer. Marvin, C. F. Anemometry, 
circular respecting instruments for indicating, 
measuring, and automatically recording wind 
movement and direction. 1907. 76 p. 31 il. 
1 pi. (Weather Bureau. Circular D, 3d edi- 
tion, Instrument Division.) 

Anemone, lighthouse tender. Light-House 
Board. Specifications and contract for single* 
screw steel steam light-house tender. 1906. 
115 p. 9 pi. 4° 

Aneurisms. Mat, H. A. Case of aneurism of 
abdominal aorta. (In United States naval 
medical bulletin, Apr. 1907. 1907. v. 1, no. 
1, p. 33-39, il.) 

Angat River. McCaskey, H. D. Report on 
geological reconnaissance of iron region of 
Angat, Bulacan. (In Philippine Commission. 
7th report, 1906 [with reports of departments, 
bureau officers. 1906, etc.]. 1907. pt. 3, p. 
715-749.) [This is Bulletin 3, Philippine 
Islands, Mining Bureau. Appeared sepa- 
rately in Document catalogue of the 57th Con- 
gress.] 

Angel, David. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring ST. 13769, to increase pen- 
sion of Angel. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6120, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2472. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 13769, to increase 
pension of Angel. Jan. 21, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6491, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2472. 

Angel Island. 
Commerce and Labor Department. Estimate 
of appropriation for continuing construction of 
immigrant station on Angel Island, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Mar. 12, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 611, 
59th Cong. 1st sens. In v. 49; 4989.) 

Estimate of [increase in] appropriation for 

construction of immigrant station at Angel 
Island, San Francisco. May 11, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 786, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 60; 
4990.) 

Hayes, E. A. Report from Committee on Im- 
migration and Naturalization, favoring H. 
19468, to increase limit of cost of immigrant 



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Angel Island— Continued. 

station at Angel Island, Cal. June 1, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 4640, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
3; 4808.) 

Medical Department, Army. Specifications 
of material and labor required in construction 
of set of Hospital Corps sergeant's quarters at 
depot of recruits and casuals, Angel Island. 
[1905.] 11 p. 12° 
Angelica, N. Y. Geological Survey. New 
York, Angelica quadrangle, lat. 42° 15' - 42° 
3C, long. 78° - 78* 15'. Scale 1 : 62,500, contour 
interval 20 ft. Edition of Sept. 1906. 17.5 X 
13 in. 

Angers, David d". See David, Pierre Jean. 

Angle, William. Fulton, C. W. Report from 
Committee on Claims, favoring S. 4725, for 
division of penalty recovered under alien con- 
tract labor law [in cases of William J. Wright, 
William Angle, Charles Lewis, and Harry 
Johnson]. Mar. 21, 1906. 3 p. (S. rp. 1939, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. D.) 

Anglo-Saxons. Bibliography Division. Select 
list of references on Anglo-Saxon interests. 
2d issue with additions. 1906. 22 p. large 8° 

Angora goats. Thompson, G. F. Information 

concerning Angora goat [with bibliography]; 

revised, 1906, by SaUie Russell Reeves. 1906 

[1907]. 77 p. 2 il. 15 pi. (Animal Industry 

Bureau.' Bulletin 27 [revised].) 
Same. (H. doc. 942, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 

In v. 116; 60*6.) 
Angra Pequena. See Lttderitz Bay. 
Anguiano, Francisco. See, as member, Central 

American Peace Conference, 1806. 
Animal force. See Force and energy. 
Animal heat. See Temperature, Animal. 
Animal Husbandry Office. Rommel. G. M. 

Outline of work of office. 1906. 13 p. 16* 

(Animal Industry Bureau.) 

Animal Industry Bureau. 

Address list of [meat] inspectors and others. Jan. 
15, 1907. 6 p. 4° 

Amendment 1-4 to Regulations of Secretary of 
Agriculture governing inspection, disinfec- 
tion, certification, treatment, handling, and 
method and manner of delivery and shipment 
of live stock which is subject of interstate com- 
merce [under acts approved May 29, 1884, 
Feb. 2, 1903, and Mar. 3, 1905]. Aug. 30, 1905- 
June 16, 1906. (Agriculture Dept.) 

22d annual report, 1905. Apr. 6, 1907 . 864 p. 
22 il. 23 pi. 

Same. 1907. 364 p. 22 il. 23 pi. (H. doc. 941, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 116; 6066.) 

23d same, 1906. Feb. 28, 1908. 478 p. 35 il. 
24 pi. 

Same. 1906. 478 p. 35 il. 24 pi. (H. doc. 353, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 77; 5180.) 

Bulletin 27 revised, 38, 39 [pt. 12-17], 73-100. 
27. Thompson, Q. F. Information concerning Angora 

Sat (with blbUograpbr); revtotd, lOOS/by Ml lie 
ussell Beeves. 1006 118071. 77 p. 3 IL 15 pL 

Same. (H. doc. 942, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 

116; 6056.) 

38. Salmon. D. E. Tuberculosis ot food-producing ani- 

mals [wuh bibliography]. 1908. 99 -p. 9 pi. 

39. (pt VHBT Stiles, C. W and Bassall, Albert. 

Index-catalogue of medical and veterinary sookta 
pt. 12-17. authors, K-Martirano. 1905-07. (V! 
+ 839-1304 p. 



Animal Industry Bureau— Continued. 

Bulletin— Continued. 

73. Rogers, L. A. (Mar Let milk Investigations: 1] Bac- 

teria of pasteurized and unpasteurized milk under 
laboratory conditions [with bibliography]. 1905. 
32 p. 

74. Armsby, B. P., and Fries, J. A. Energy values of 

red clover hay and main meal, investigations with 
respiration calorimeter, In cooperation with Penn- 
sylvania State College Agricultural Experiment 
Station. 1905. 64 p. 211. 1 pi. 

75. Lane, C. B. Records of dairy cows In United States. 

1905. 184 p. 6 II. 17 pi. 

76. Rommel, O.M. Score card in stock breeding. 1906. 

64 p. 7 il. 

77. Kennedy, W. J. Cattle, sheep, and hog feeding in 

Europe. 1905. 98 p. 

78. Mohler, J. R. Texas fever, otherwise known as tick 

fever, spleneUo fever, or southern cattle fever, with 
methods for Its prevention. 1905 (1906). 48 + (1) 
p. 3 11.3 pi. 

79. SlJles, C W., and Bassall, Albert. Determination 

of generic types, and list of roundworm genera, with 
original and type species. 1905. 160 p. 

80. and Stevenson, E. C. Synonymy of tasnla, t. 

crass tcotlis, t. margins ta, t. serrate, t. ccenurus, 
t. serlalis, and echlnococcus. 1905. 14 p. 

81. Whi taker, O.M. Milk supply of Boston, New York, 

and Philadelphia. 1906. 62 p. 4 11. 

82. Thorn, Charles. Fungi in cheese ripening, Camem- 

bert and Roquefort (with bibliography]. 1906. 39 
p. 3 11. 

83. Lane, C. B. (Investigations In manufacture and 

curing of cheese: 5] Cold storage of cheese, experi- 
ments of 1903-4. 1906.. 26 p. 4 11. 8 pi. 

84. Gray, C. E. Investigations in manufacture and 

storagj of butter: 1, Keeping qualities of butter 
made under different conditions and stored at 
different temperatures: with Remarks on scoring 
of butter, by U. L. McKay. 1908. 24 p. 

85. Doane, C. F. Investigations in manufacture and 

curing of cheese: 6, Cold curing of American cheese, 
with digest of previous work on subject. 1906. 
68 p. 

86. Scbroeder, E. C, and Cotton, W. E. Experiments 

with mUk artificially Infected with tubercle bacilli. 

1906. 19 p. 

87. Lane, C. B. Market milk Investigations: 2, Milk and 

oream exhibit at National Dairy Show, 1906. 1906. 
21 p. 4 pi. 

88. Scbroeder, E. C and Mohler, J. R. Tuberculin test 

of hogs and some methods of then- infection with 
tuberculosis. 1906. 61 p. 

89. Rogers, L. A. Investigations in manufacture and 

storage of butter: 2, Preventing molds in butter 
tubs. 1906. 13 p. 1 U. 

90. Woods, C. D., and Oowell, O. M. Poultry Investl- 

Stlons at Maine Agricultural Experiment Station. 
W. 42p.2U.6pT (This is a revision of Bulletin 
100 of the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station.) 

91. Griffiths, David. Feeding prickly pear to stock in 

Texas. 1906. 23 p. 1 II. 2 pi. (Plant Industry 
Bureau.) 

92. Milking machine as factor In dairying, preliminary 

report: 1, Practical studies of milking machine, by 
C. B. Lane; 2, Bacteriological studies of milking 
machine, by W. A. 8tooking, Jr. Jan. 29, 1907. 65 
p. 8 II. 4 pi. 

93. Scbroeder, E. C. and Cotton, W. E. Relation of 

tuberculous lesions to mode of Infection. Dec. 31, 
1906. 19 p. 

94. Fries, J. A. Investigations In use of bomb calorim- 

eter, in cooperation with Pennsylvania State Col- 
lege Agricultural Experiment Station. Mar. 9, 
1»7. 39 p. 

93. Bolton, B. M. Bacteriolytic power of blood serum 
of hogs (with bibliography). Mar. 12, 1907. 62 p. 

96. Mohler, J. R., and Washburn, B. J. Comparative 

study of tubercle bacilli from varied sources (with 
bibliography]. June 10, 1907. 88 p. 6 pi. 

97. Proceedings of conference of Federal and State repre- 

sentatives to consider plans for eradication of cattle 
tick, held at Nashville, Tenn., Dec 6, 6, 1906. 
Mar. 4, 1907. 98 p. 

98. Issajeff, T. W. Investigations in manufacture and 

curing of cheese: 7, Directions for making Camem- 
bert type of cheese. May li7l907. 21 p. 10 II. 

99. Scbroeder, E. C, and Cotton, W. E. Danger from 

tubercle bacilli In environment of tuberculous 
cattle. May 11, 1907. 24 p. 

100. McBryde, C. N. Germicidal value of liquor cresolls 

eomposltus, U. S. P. May 31, 1907. 24 p. 

Butter making on farm; by Edwin H. Webster. 
1905. 31 p. (Agriculture Dept. Fanners' 
bulletin 241.) [Supersedes Farmers' bulle- 
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Animal Industry Bureau — Continued. 
Care of milk on farm: by R. A. Pearson. Re- 
vised Sept. 1906. Dec. 15, 1906. 40 p. 11 il. 
(Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 63.) 

Cattle tick in its relation to southern agriculture; 
by August Mayer. 1906. 22 p. (Agricul- 
ture Dept. Farmers' bulletin 261.) 

Circular 5 revised, 74 revised 74 [2d] revised 
[edition], 76, 81-111. 
5. Moore, V. A. Blackhead, or Infectious enterohepa- 
titis, In turkeys. Revised [edition]. Dec. 2, 1905. 
8D.7IL 

74. United Statesand Statestandardsfordalry products, 
1906. Revised [edition). Dec. 1, 1905. 2 p. 

74. Same. [2d] revised [edition]. Dec. 1, 1905. 2 p. 

76. Kennedy, w. J. Dairy methods in Great Britain, 
Ireland, Denmark, Holland, Channel Islands, 
France, Austria-Hungary, Germany, and Switzer- 
land. 1906. p. 40-70. [Substituted for Prelimi- 
nary note onprotosoan, etc., occurring in eggs, etc. , 
of ticks, by B. H. Ransom.) 
Same. (In Animal Industry Bureau. Bulletin 

81. Sheep industry of England, Scotland, Ireland, 

and France. 1906. p. 71-87. 

Same. (In Animal Industry Bureau. Bulletin 

77.) 

82. Bell, G. A. Hints to poultry raisers. Dec. 5, 1905. 

3 p. 

83. Sobxoeder, £. C, and Cotton, W. E. Danger of In- 

fection with tuberculosis by different kinds of ex- 
posure. 1906. p. 44-65. [From 21st report of 
Animal Industry Bureau, 1904.) 
Price, T. 11. Enzymes In cornstalks and their rela- 
tion tooornstalk disease [with bibliography). 1905. 
p. 66-76. [From 21st report of Animal Industry 
Bureau, 1904.) 
Ransom, B. H. Tapeworms of American chickens 
and turkeys. 1906. p. 268-286, 31 11. [From 21st 
report of Animal Industry Bureau, 1904.] 

86. Graham, I. D. Alfalfa for growing and fattening of 
animals in Great Plains region. 1905. p. 242-267. 

IFrom 21st report of Animal Industry Bureau, 
904.] 

87. Kennedy, W. J. Hunter-horse production In Ire- 
land. 1905. p. 187-226+ 17] 1. 8 pi. [From 21st re- 
port of Animal Industry Bureau, 1904.] 

88. Roberts, John. Highland cattle. 1905. p. 227-241. 
{From 21st report of Animal Industry Bureau, 
1904.] 

89. Price, T. M. Preparation of emulsions of crude 
petroleum. Dec 15, 1905. 4 p. 

Suggestions for construction of modern dairy bam. 
Feb. 2, 1908. Op. 211. 
. Mohler, J. R., and Morse, G. B. Bacillus necro- 
phorus and Its economic importance [with bibli- 
ography]. 1906. p. 76-114. [From 21st report of 
Animal Industry Bureau, 1904.] 

92. Lawler, P. H. Poultry industry of Peteluma, Cal. 
1906. p. 316-322, 8 pi. [From Slstreportof Animal 
Industry Bureau, 1904.) 

93. Ransom, B. H. Lire history of twisted wlreworm, 
htemonchus con tortus, of sheep and other rumi- 
nants, preliminary report. [Apr. 23, 1906.] 7 p. 
211, 

94. Mahler, 1. R., nnil Washburn, H. J. Foot-rot of 
sheep. 1908. p, 117*137, I it. | !■>.. n 21st report 
of Animal Industry Bureau, lufH.) 

nd China and 
12p. 1 II. 

i Aetlnomy- 

ii and John R. 

1906. 4p. U. 
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Rtunmel, <*. M, Ppcim 
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Salmon, D. h., and Sin 
oosi* or lumpy jiiw;revl 
M oh ler. [July », 1MW. 
, How to get rid of cat I (sticks. July 
'98. Ransom, B.H. Some tiritisuiil hitsl 
(ever lick. | Aue. 20, 11)00.] 8 p. 

99. Otlirrtal?, associations, ami erlncntl 
connected with dairy interests o 
1906. Sept. 1, 1906. 14 p. 

100. Gray, C. B, Rapid method for i 
water In butter. Dec. 31. 1906. li p. 2 IL 

101. McCabe, <,. f. New meat-inspection law and Its 

bearing upon production and handling of meats. 
Jan. 4, 1907. 16p. 

102. Ransom, B. H. Stomach worms, htemonchus con- 
tortus, In sheep. Mar. 8, 1907. 7 p. 

Lane, C. B. Records of dairy cows, their value and 
Importance In economic milk production. [1907.] 



108. 



38 p. 10 il. 

- — Same. (In Animal Industry Bureau. 22d re- 
port, 1905. Apr. 6. 1907. p. 111-146, 611. 7 pi.) 
104. Roberts, John. Welsh black cattle. [1907.] 29 p. 
711. 

Same. (In Animal Industry Bureau. 22d re- 
port, 1905. Apr. 6, 1907. p. 161-180, 5 pi.) 



Animal Industry Bureau — Continued. 
Circular— Continued. 

105. Ritzman, E. G. Baby-beef. [1907.] 34 p. 6 11. 
Same. (In Animal Industry Bureau, 22d i 

port, 1905. Apr. 6, 1907. p. 181-212, 3 H. 2 pi.) 

106. Publications of bu 



Apr. 16, 1907. 24 p. 
Capons and capo tilling. [1907.] 



10 



bureau. 

107. Slocum, R. R. 

p. 7 11. 

Same. (In Animal Industry Bureau. 22d re- 
port, 1906. Apr. 6, 1907. p. 207-275, 6 II. 1 pi.) 

108. Ransom, B. H. Trichinosis, danger in use of raw 

pork for food. Apr. 17, 1907. 6 p. 5 il. 

109. Morse, O. B. Quail disease In United States, pre- 

liminary report. May 18. 1907. 11 p. 3 11. 

110. Klein, L. A. Methods of eradicating cattle ticks. 

May 20, 1907. 16 p. 3 11. 

111. Melvln, A. D. Sanitary relations of milk supply. 

June 22, 1907. 7 p. 

[Circular letter giving information concerning 
distribution and methods of obtaining publi- 
cations of bureau.] [1907.] 1 p. 

[Circular] to inspectors in charge [of meat-inspec- 
tion stations relative to duties, etc.]. Oct. 30, 
1906. [4] p. 4° 

Directions ' for using mallein, as prepared in 
Biochemic Laboratory, for diagnosis of glan- 
ders in horses. Apr. 5, 1907. 1 p. 4° 

Directions for using tuberculin, as prepared in 
Biochemic Laboratory, for diagnosis of tuber- 
culosis in cattle. Apr. 5, 1907. 1 p. 4° 

Directory, by numbers, of establishments having 
[meat] inspection. Dec. 20, 1906. 14 p. 4° 

Distribution of tuberculin and mallein by 
bureau; by M. Dorset. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Yearbook, 1906. 1907. p. 347-354.) 

Same, separate. 1907. iii + 347-354 p. 

Ducks and geese, standard varieties and man- 
agement, by George E. Howard; revised by G. 
Arthur Bell. [Revised edition.] Apr. 1906. 
55 p. 32 il. (Agriculture Dept. Fanners' 
bulletin 64.) ' 

Facts about milk; by R. A. Pearson. Revised 
[edition]. 1906. 82 p. lft il. (Agriculture 
Dept. Farmers' bulletin 42.) 

How parasites are transmitted; by B. H. Ran- 
som. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 190& 
1906. p. 139-166, 50 il.) 

Same, separate. [1906.] iv + 139-166 p. 50 il. 

Incubation and incubators; by Richard H. Wood. 
1905. 31 p. llil. (Agriculture Dept. Farm- 
era' bulletin 236.) 

Instructions concerning preparation and appli- 
cation of dips, and reporting inspections and 
dippings of sheep and cattle for scabies. May 
18, 1907. 16 p. narrow 16° 

Instructions f to inspectors and others] concerning 
trade labels under meat-inspection law and 
regulations. Sept. 12, 1906. 6 p. 

Same, revised. Dec. 10, 1906. 6 p. 

Meat-inspection directory, by numbers and sta- 
tions, and address list of inspectors and others. 
May 6, 1907. 32 p. 4° 

Meat on farm, butchering, curing, and keeping; 
by Andrew Boss. Revised Sept. 1906. 1906. 
37 p. 35 il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 183.) 

Operations [employees, expenditures, etc., under 
sec. 11 of act establishing] bureau, 1906. Feb. 
20, 1907. 147 p. (H. doc. 743, 69th Cong. 
2d seas. In V. 92; 6196.) 

Opportunities for dairying: 1, Geeeral, by Wm. 
Hart Dexter; 2, New England, by George M. 
Whitaker; 3, North Central States, by B. D. 
White; 4, The South, by B. H. Rawl; 5, 



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Animal Industry Bureau— Continued. 

Pacific Coast, by £. A. McDonald. (In Agri- 
culture Dept. Yearbook, 1906. 1807. p. 
406-428.) 

Same, separate. 1907. iii + 405-428 p. 

Order 46 amendments 2, 3, 109 amendments 
4-7, 125 amendments 2-8, 129 amendment 
1, 180 amendments 2-17, 138-135, 135 amend- 
ment 1, 136, 137, 137 amendments 1-10, 138- 
144, 144 amendment 1, 145, U6; Apr. 5, 
1905-May 15, 1907. 

Same 46 amendment 2, 109 amendments 4-6, 
125 amendments 2-4, 129 amendment 1, 130 
amendments 2-14, 133-135, 135 amendment 1. 
(In Animal Industry Bureau. 22d report, 
1905. 1907. p. 311-347.) [For amendment 
1 to order 125, amendment 1 to order 126. 
order 131 and amendments 1-13 thereto, ana 
order 132, in separate form, see Document cat- 
alogue of the 58th Congress.] 

Same 46 amendment 3, 109 amendment 7, 126 
amendments 5-8, 130 amendments 15, 16, 180, 
137, 137 amendments 1-7; 138-141. (In Ani- 
mal Industry Bureau. 23d report, 1906. 
1908. p. 346-405.) [Signed by the Secretary 
of Agriculture. Consist of orders concerning 
inspection, transportation, aaxl quarantine of 
cattle, etc. Order 129 amendment 1 relates 
to importation of hay and straw from conti- 
nental Europe, order 130 amendments 2-17, 
and order 136 relate to associations of breeders 
of pure bred live stock, etc., orders 133-135, 
135 amendment 1, 138, 140 and 141 relate to 
importation of animals for exhibition pur- 
poses, and order 137 and amendments 1-10 
thereto relate to regulations of Department 
governing meat inspection.] 

Outline of work of Animal Husbandry Office; 
[by George M. Rommel]. 1906. 13 p. 16° 

Outline of work of Dairy Division. 1906. 8p. 
narrow 16° 

Poultry management; by G. Arthur Bell. June 
29, 1907. 48 p. 14 il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 287.) 

Same, with additions, and with list of references. 
(In Animal Industry Bureau. 22d report, 
1905. Apr. 6, 1907. p. 213-266, 7 il. 5 pi.) 

Same, separate. [1907.] ii + 213-266 p. 7 il. 
5 pi. 

Press bulletin 1-10; Oct. 15, 1906-May 29, 1907. 

Each 1 p. various sizes. 
Production and consumption of meat, and prices, 

movement, and registration of live stock in 

United States. (In Animal Industry Bureau. 

22d report, 1905. Apr. 6, 1907, p. 277-297.) 
Same, separate. [1907.] ii + 277-297 p. 
Publications of bureau. ' Apr. 15, 1907. 24 p. 

(Circular 106.) 
Publications of interest to dairymen. Dec. 20. 

1905. 2 p. 
Same. Jan. 26, 1906. 2 p. 
Same. July 24, 1906. 2 p. 
Same. Mar. 18, 1907. 3 p. 
Renovated butter, its origin and history' by 

Levi Wells. (In Agriculture Dept. Year- 
book, 1905. 1906. p. 393-398.) 
Same, separate. [1906.] ii + 393-398 p. 
Report of chief, 1905. (In Animal Industry 

Bureau. 22d report, 1905. Apr. 6, 1907. 

p. 9-47.) 



Animal industry Bureau— Continued. 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Reports, 1905. 
• 1905 [1906]. p. 29-62.) 

Same, separate. 1906. iii + 29-62 p. 

Same, 1906. (In Animal Industry Bureau. 
23d report, 1906. Feb. 28, 1908. p. 9-63.) 

Same, with appendix. Dec. 22, 1906. 56 p. 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Reports, 1906. 
1907. p. 123-174.) 

Report of operations [employees, expenditures, 
etc., under sec. 11 of act establishing] bureau, 
1905. Jan. 29, 1906. 123 p. (H. doc. 447, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 47; 4987.) 

[Reports of inspections by committee appointed 
by Department of Agriculture on conditions in 
Chicago stock yards.] [1906.] 79 p. (Agri- 
culture Committee.) 

Service announcements [1], 2; May, June, 1907. 
27 and 16 p. [Monthly. Contain organization 
of bureau, and instructions to persons in serv- 
ice of bureau.] 

Special report on diseases of horse. Revised 
edition. 1907. 608 p. 18 il. 41 pi. 

Same. (H. doc. 795, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
102; 0806.) 

Same. Lanws, C. B. Report from Committee 
on Printing, favoring H. J. R. 229, for printing 
[revised edition] of Special report on diseases 
of horses (horse]. Mar. 2, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
8167, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; *066.) 
Stat L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1425. 

Standard varieties of chickens, by George E. 
Howard; revised Oct. 1806, by G. Arthur 
Bell. [Revised edition.] Apr. 15, 1907. 
46 + ii p. 25 il. (Agriculture Dept. Farm- 
ers' bulletin 51.) 

Texas or tick fever and its prevention; by John 
R. Mohler. 1906 . 45 p. 6 il. (Agriculture 
Dept. Farmers' bulletin 258.) 

Agriculture Department. Communication in 
connection with estimate of appropriation for 
■bureau. Jan. 9, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 335, 
59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. 46; 4986.) 

Estimate of deficiency appropriation for 

bureau. Dec. 18, 1905. 2 -p. (B. doc. 254, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 46; 4986.) 

Civil 8bkvicb. Commission. Assistant in dairy 
bacteriology, male [Animal Industry Bureau, 
announcement of examination] July 10, 1907. 
May 29, 1907. 1 p. 4* , 

— >• Assistant i» dairy chemistry, ;male (Animal 
Industry BureaB, announcement of examina- 
tion] July 10, 1987. May 28, 1907. 1 p. 4° 

— Laboratory inspector, male, Bureau of 
Animal Industty [annomnceaoeat of examina- 
tion] July 19, 1907. June 4, 1907. [2] p. 4" 

— — Veterinary inspector, Bureau of Animal In- 
dustry [announcement of examination] Apr. 
17, 1907. Mar. 29, 1907. (2] p. 4» 

Same, July 24, 1907. June 19, 1907. [2] 

p. 4° 

Animal products. Manufacture* Bureau. 

Tariffs on agricultural and animal products. 

Apr. 1907; 120 p. (Tariff series 2.) 
Animals. 

Hbnbt, E. S. Report from Committee on Agri- 
culture, favoring H. 7019, for protection of 
animals, birds, and fish in forest reserves. 
Mar. 23, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 2494, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 1; 4806.) 



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Animals— Continued. 

Law Library. Headings and subheadings for 
Index to Federal statutes, public health, pure 
food, and animals. [1806 ] 26 p. 4° 

Manufactures Bureau. Animals, shipping 
breeding stock; Chihuahua dogs; Horse pro- 
tection in Germany. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. June, 1907. no. 321, p. 213-216.) 

Treasury Department. Importation of for- 
eign wild animals and birds under act approved 
May 25, 1900. June 14, 1906. lp.4" (Dept. 
circular 49, 1906; Division of Customs.) 

See also California — Cattle — Diseases of ani- 
mals—Domestic animals — Grand Cafion for- 
est reserve — Norway— Olympic forest reserve — 
Wichita forest reserve— Zoology. 
Animals, Fossil. 

Andrews, C. W. Recently discovered tertiary 
vertebrata of Egypt. (In Smithsonian Insti- 
tution. Report, 1906. 1907. p. 295-307.) 
[From Science progress in 20th century, no. 4, 
Apr. 1907.] 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 295-307. 

(Smithsonian Institution. [Publication] 
1757.) 

Gidley, J. W., and Gilmore, C. W. Catalogue 
of type and figured specimens of fossils, min- 
erals, rocks, and ores in department of geology : 
pt. 2, Fossil vertebrates, fossil plants, minerals, 
rocks, and ores. 1907. v+370 p. (Na- 
tional Museum. Bulletin 53, pt. 2.) 

Gilmore, C. W. Notes on some recent addi- 
tions to exhibition series of vertebrate fossils. 
(In National Museum. Proceedings. 1906. 
v. 30, p. 607-611, 6 pi. no. 1460.) 

Same, separate. 

Girty, G. H. Guadalupian fauna. 1908 [1909]. 
651 p. 30 pi. map, 4° (Geological Survey. 
Professional paper 58.) 

Same. (H. doc. 815, 59th Cong. 2d sees. 

In v. 70; 8178.) 

Schucbbrt, Charles, and others. Catalogue of 
type and figured specimens of fossils, minerals, 
rocks, and ores in department of geology : pt. 1, 
Fossil invertebrates [with Literature on type 
terms; by Schuchert, assisted by W. H. Dail, 
T. W. Stanton, and R. S. Basslerl. 1905. 
v + 704 p. (National Museum. Bulletin 53, 
pt. 1.) 

See also Agorophius pygnueus — Campto saws- 
Dinosaurs — Mammals — Kerycoidodon — 
Korosaurs — Moss-animalcules — Musk- 
oxen — Ostraoopods — Peatatre mites — Plesio- 
saurs — Ka coons — Rodents, Fossil — Sca- 
phooeros — Seal and seal fisheries— Silurian 
fossils — glnoya — Trice ra tops — Trtlobites. 

Animals, Noxious. Lantz, D. E. Bounty leg- 
islation for destruction of noxious animals, 

1905. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1905. 

1906. p. 621-623.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Directory 

for farmers, 1905. [1906.]) 

Ankeny, Levi, Senator from Washington. See, 
for reports from Committee on Irrigation, 
Desert lands— Homestead [8]— Public lands, 
Irrigation— Texas. 

Ann, schooner. Court or Claims. Conclusions 
of law and fact in French spoliation cases re- 
lating to schooner, Pelham Gibbs, master. 
Dec. 4, 1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 120, 59th Cong. 
2d sees. In v. 47; 1180.) 



Anna das Chaves Bay. Htdrooraphic Optics. 

Anchorage off Anna das Chaves Bay, San 
Thome. Scale naut. m.=1.5 in. 7 X 10.1 in. 
(On Hydrographic Office.. Princes, San 
Thom6, and- An no Bom islands; chart 2381. 
Feb. 1907.) 

Annaberg, Germany. Ifft, G. N. Trade of 
Annaberg. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 10-12.) 
See also Toys. 

Annabon Island. See Annobon Island. 

Annapolis, Md. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Annapolis Harbor, Md.; chart 385. Scale 
1:10,000. Feb. 1906, first published 1889. 
32.7 X 30.2 in. 
See also Naval Academy. 

Annapolis, U. S. S. Equipment Bureau. Cat- 
alogue of ship's and crew's libraries of U. S. S. 
Annapolis. Nov. 1905. 26 p. 12° 

Anne Arundel County, Md. See Oysters. 

Annelids. See Worms. 

Annette Island. See Tsimpsean Indians. 

Annie Laurie Mine. See Piute County. 

Anno Bom Island. See Annobon Island. 

Annobon Island. Hydrographic Oppice. 
Princes, San Thome\ and Anno Bom islands 
[with plans of harbors], west coast of Africa, 
from latest information • chart 2381. Feb. 
1907. 24.3 X 18.9 in. [For list of separate 
charts on this sheet, see Hydrographic Office.] 

Annuities. See Indians. 

Anomura. See Crabs. 

Anopheles. See Malaria. 

Anshutz, Henry T. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring S. 2071, to increase pension of 
Anshutz. Jan. 15, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 190, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1507. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 2071, to increase 
pension of Anshutz. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 907, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1507. 

Anslow, John. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7566, to increase 
pension of Anslow. Jan. 30, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7077, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2454. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 7566, to increase pension of 
Anslow. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (8. rp. 4969, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2454. 

Ant. See Ants. 

Ant-bears. See Ant-eaters. 

Ant-eaters. Lyon, M. W., jr. Description of 
new species of great ant-eater from Central 
America. (In National Museum. Proceed- 
ings. 1907. v. 31, p. 569-571, 1 pi. no. 1496.) 
Same, separate. 1906. 

Anthony, Charles H. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 3204, to in- 
crease pension of Anthony. Jan. 14, 1907. 
2 p. (H. rp. 6334, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 

C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2459. 



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Anthony, Charles H.— Coatinued. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 3204, to increase pension 
of Anthony. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
6121, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2469. 

Anthony, James D. See Underwood, Nelson 0., 
and others. 

Anthony, John E. 
Holudat, E. 8. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring 8. 6818, to increase 
pension of Anthony. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. 
fa. rp. 7810, 69th Cong. 2d sees. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2691. 
La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 6. 6818, to increase pen-' 
sion of Anthony. Feb. 11, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6624, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2691. 

Anthony, John L. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6232, to increase 
pension of Anthony. Jan. 8, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 5985, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2272. 
Overman, L. 8. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 6232, to increase pen- 
sion of Anthony. Dec. 10, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 4614, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2272. 

Anthony, Josiah. Court of Claims. Findings 
in case of Susan E. Joyner, Mary E. Roberson, 
Martha F. Luster, ana Jane F. Crump, heirs of 
Anthony. Dec. 13, 1905. 2 p. (H. doc. 173, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 45; 4985.) 

Anthony, Sarah A. See Lamar, C. St., and 
others. 

Anthracite. See Coal. 

Anthropology. See Kan. 

Antiaris. Merrill, E. D. Occurrence of an- 
tiaris in Philippines. (In Philippine journal 
of science, Apr. 1907. Manila, 1907. v. 2, 
no. 2, [series] C, p. Ill, 112.) 

Anticyclones. See Storms. 

Antimony. 

Hovey, E. O. Production of antimony, [calen- 
dar year] 1904. 1905. Up. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1904. 1905. p. 363-369.) 

Schnattbrbeck, C. C. Production of anti- 
mony, [calendar year] 1905. 1906. 9 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 435-439.) 
Antioch, Turkey. Jackson, J. B. Ancient An- 
tioch rising slowly from ruins. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 
70, 71.) 

Antiquities. See Archaeology, Prehistoric — Cu- 
rios — Gila Valley— New Mexico. 

Antiseptics. See Disinfectants. 
Antitipping. See Tipping. 

Antitoxins. 
Treasury Department. Amendment to regu- 
lations for sale of viruses, serums, toxins, and 
analogous products. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. 4° 
(Dept. circular 9, 1906; [Public Health and 
Marine-Hospital Service].) 



Antitoxins— Continued. 
War Department. Facts pertaining to experi- 
ments with cholera virus upon prisoners in 
Bilibid Prison, Manila. Dec. 17, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. doc. 145 [pt. 1], 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
3; 5070.) 

— -Same, additional. Dec. 18, 1906. 1 p. 
(8. doc. 145, pt. 2, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 3; 
8070.) 

Letter on experiments with cholera virus 

made at Manila upon prisoners. Dec. 13, 
1906. 3 p. (S. doc. 138, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 3; 8070.) 

See also Diphtheria— Typhoid fever. 
Antrim, Jeremiah Y. » 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Comsuttee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 16857, to increase 
pension of Antrim. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 3996, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2187. 

Weisse, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 16857, to increase 
pension of Antrim. Apr. 23, 1906. 1 p. (EL. 
rp. 3424, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat, 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2187. 
Ants. 

Forbes, S. A. Corn root-aphis and its attendant 
ant. (In Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 60. 
Sept. 22, 1906. p. 29-39.) 

Same, separate. [1906.] 

Hinds, W. E. Papers on cotton boll weevil and 
related and associated insects: Ant enemy of 
cotton boll weevil. Feb. 5, 1907. iii + 45-48 
p. 1 il. (Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 63, 
pt. 3.) 

Huber, Jakob. Founding of colonies by Atta 
■exdens. (In Smithsonian Institution. BVe» 
port, 1906. 1907. p. 355-372, 1 pi. 4 p. of pi.) 
[Translation from Biologisches centralblatt, bd. 
25, 1905.] 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 355-372, 1 pi. 

4 p. of pi. (Smithsonian Institution. [Pub- 
lication] 1762.) 

Marlatt, C. L. House ants, monomorium 
pharaonis et al. June 12, 1907. 4 p.' 3 il. 
(Entomology Bureau. Circular 34; 2d series, 
revise.) 

See also Kelep. 

Anvil, Alaska. See Nome. 

Aoki, Siuzo, viscount, 
bassador, Japan. 

Aorta. See Aneurisms. 

Apache Indians. See Kiowa and Comanche 
Reservation. 

Apalachicola, Fla. Enoineer Department. 
Report of examination of St. George Sound, 
Fla., including Apalachicola and Carrabelle 
harbors. Jan. 25, 1906. 22 p. (H. doc. 422, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 47; 4987.) 

Apes. See Orang-utans. 

Apgar, George M. 
Burkbtt, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11597, to increase pen- 
sion of Apgar. Apr. 2, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
2256, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1796. 



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Apgar, George M. — Continued. 
Fuller, C. £. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensioni, amending H. 11597, to increase 
pennon of Apgar. Mar. 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. 

In v. C.) Stat. 



rp. 1867, 59th Cong. 1st i 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1796. 



Aphelininae. Howard, L.O. Miscellaneous pa- 
pers: New genera and species of aphelininre, 
with revised table of genera. July 12, 1907. 
iv -f 69-88 p. 10 il. (Entomology Bureau. 
Technical series 12, pt. 4.) [Supplement to 
Technical series l.J 

Aphis. See Plant-lice. 

Apiaries. See Bees. 

Apiculture. See Bees. 

ApkMnerus spissipes. Morgan, A. C. Papers 
on cotton boll weevil and related and asso- 
ciated insects: Predatory bug reported as 
enemy of cotton boll weevil. Feb. 8, 1907. 
iii + 49-54 p. 2 il. (Entomology Bureau. 
Bulletin 63, pt. 4.) 

Apion. See Weevils. 

Apo Reef. See Birds. 

Apollo, ship. Court of Claims. Conclusions of 
law and fact in French spoliation cases relating 
to ship, John Walker, master. Dec. 3, 1906. 
9 p. (H. doc. 51, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
47; 5160.) 

Apostle Islands. Northern and Northwest- 
ern Lakes Survey. West end of Lake Su- 
perior, Little Girl Point, Mich., to Beaver Bay, 
Minn., including Apostle Islands, scale 1:120,- 
000; with insets, Harbor of Port Wing, Wis., 
scale 1 : 8,000; St. Louis River, Oneota to foot 
of rapids, scale 1:120,000; chart 6. Aug. 1, 
1906. 28 X 46.6, 8.6 X 6.5, and 4.4 X 4.5 in. 

Apothecaries. See Philippine Islands, Pharma- 
ceutical Examiners Board. 

Appalachian Mountains. 
Bsandeoee, F. B. Report from Committee on 
Forest Reservations and Protection of Game, 
submitting S. 4953, for acquiring national 
forest reserves in Appalachian Mountains and 
White Mountains, to be known as Appalachian 
forest reserve and White Mountain forest re- 
serve, respectively, as substitute for S. 34 and 
408. Apr. 11, 1906. 19 p. map. (S. rp. 2537, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 2; 4906,) 
Geological Survey. [Index map to] topo- 
graphic maps of Appalachian region in Ala- 
bama, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North 
Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, 
and West Virginia. July 1,1905. 15X18.6 in. 
folded 4° 

Same. Feb. 1, 1906. 

— Snm<-. Feb. 1, 1907. 
G baton. L. C. Reeonnaissanco of some gold 
and Mn deposits of soulberii Appalachians; 
with notes im Dahlouega mirieti, by Waldemar 
Liiidaren. lttOfl. 131 -j- vi j>. 16 il. 8 pi. map. 
(Geological Survey. Bulletin 293.) 

Same. (H. doc. 932, 59th Cong. 1st seas. 

In v. 77; 6017.) 

Mint Bureau. South Appalachian States [pro- 
duction of precious metals, calendar year 1904]; 

1 by D. K. Pope. (In Mint Bureau. Report 
upon production of precious metals, 1904. 
1905. p. 163-176.) 

Same [1905]. (In same, 1905. 1906 [1907]. 

p. 102-107.) 



Appalachian Mountains— Continued. 
Wadbworth, J. W. Report from Committee on 
Agriculture, submitting H. 19573, identical 
with S. 4953, for acquiring national forest re- 
serves in Appalachian Mountains and White 
Mountains, to be known as Appalachian for- 
est reserve and White Mountain forest reserve, 
respectively. May 22, 1906. 21 p. map. 
(H.rp.4399, 59th Cong, lstsess. In v. 3; 4908.) 

Appalachicola, Fla. See Apalachicola. 

Appam, Gold Coast. Hydro© raphio Office. 
Accra, Gold Coast, west coast of Africa, from 
plan by Coode, Son & Matthews, 1898; Appam, 
Gold Coast, from plan by Coode, Son & Mat- 
thews, 1898; chart 2258. Scale naut. m. = 6 in. 
Dec. 1905. 24.8 X 18.7 in. 

Apparel. See Clothing. 

Appeals. 

Justice Department. Right of State to appeal 
in criminal cases. [1906.] 8 p. 

Treasury Department. Appeals pending be- 
fore United States courts in customs cases, 
nos. 5-16; July, 1905-Apr. 1907. 1905-07. 
(Monthly through January, 1906, since then 
quarterly.] 

See also Circuit Courts of Appeals — Court of 
Claims— Court of patent appeals— District of 
Columbia, Court of Appeals — Supreme Court — 
Writs of error. 

Appel, George, misprint. See Oppel. 

Appendix vermiformis. Marshall, H. T., and 
Edwards, R. T. Agenesis of vermiform ap- 
pendix [with bibliography]. (In Philippine 
journal of science, Dec. 1906. Manila, 1906. 
v. 1, no. 10, p. 1061-65, 3 pi.) 

Apple-aphis. See Apple-lice. 

Apple-juice. See Cider. 

Apple-lice. Hodgkiss, H. E. Effects of sprays 
on aphis eggs. (In Entomology Bureau, 
Bulletin 67. Nov. 25, 1907. p. 29, 30.) 

Apple pomace. Bigelow, W. D., Gore, H. C, 
and Howard, B. J. Studies on apples [with 
bibliography]: 1, Storage, respiration, and 
growth; 2, Insoluble carbohydrates or marc; 
3, Microscopic and macroscopic examinations 
of apple starch. 1905. 100 p. 30 il. 5 pi. 
(Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 94.) 

Apple-trees. 
Experiment Stations Office). Practical apple 

f rowing in New York. (In Agriculture Dept. 
armere' bulletin 237. 1905. p. 8-11.) [Com- 
piled from New York Cornell station bulletins 
226 and 229.] 

Hedgcock, G. G. Crown-gall and hairy-root 
diseases of apple tree. Nov. 17, 1905. 7 p. 
3 pi. (Plant Industry Bureau. Bulletin 90, 
pt. 2.) 

Same. (In Plant Industry Bureau. Bui-. 

letin 90. Feb. 21, 1906. p. 15-17, 3 pi.) 
Quaintance, A. L. Aphides affecting apple. 



10 p. 8 il. 
Circular 81.) 



(Entomology Bu- 



Mar. 9, 1907. 
reau. 
See also Grafting. 
Appleby, J. F. R. See, as physician, District of 

Columbia, Industrial Eome School. 
Apples. 

Bigelow, W. D., Gore, H. C, and Howard, 
B. J. Studies on apples [with bibliography]: 
1, Storage, respiration, and growth; 2, In- 
soluble carbohydrates or marc; 3, Microscopic 



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Apples— Continued . 

or macroscopic examinations of apple starch. 

1905. 100 p. 30 H. 5 pi. (Chemistry Bureau. 
Bulletin 94.) 

Brackktt, G. B. Apple and how to grow it. 

Revised Mar. 1907. Apr. 5, 1907. 32 p. 10 il. 

(Plant Industry Bureau; Agriculture Dept., 

Farmers' bulletin 113.) 
Experiment Statioms Office. Apple bitter 

rot; [compilation]. (In Agriculture Dept. 

Farmers' bulletin 267. 1906. p. 21-23.) 
Manufactures Bubeau. Apple trade. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 1906. no. 

308, p. 206, 207.) [A collection of articles 

written or transmitted by consular officers.) 
Fruits, export of apples [etc.]. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 206, 

207.) 

Marlatt, C. L., and Orton, W. A. Control of 
codling moth and apple scab. 1906. [22] 
p. 9 il. (Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bul- 
letin 247.) [Prepared by cooperation of En- 
tomology Bureau and Plant Industry Bureau.] 

Same. Revised edition, Aug. 1906. 

1906. 23 p. 9 il. 

Ragan, W. H. Nomenclature of apple, cat- 
alogue of known varieties referred to in Ameri- 
can publications from 1804 to 1904 [with bibli- 
ography]. 2d edition. July, 1905. 395 p. 
(Plant Industry Bureau. Bulletin 56.) 

Scott, W. M. Control of apple bitter-rot. Mar. 
14, 1906. 36 p. 1 il. 8 pi. (Plant Industry 
Bureau. Bulletin 93.) 

and Quaint ance, A . L. Spraying for apple 

diseases and codling moth in Ozarks. Apr. 29, 
1907 . 42 + ii p. 7 il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 283.) [Prepared jointly by 
Bureau of Plant Industry and Bureau of En- 
tomology.] 

See also Apple-trees — Cider— Dried apple*. 
Appointment Clerk. Report, 1905. (In Agri- 
culture Dept. Reports, 1905. 1905 [1906]. 
p. 529-542.) 
Same, separate. 1906. ii + 529-542 p. 
Same, 1906. Dec. 15, 1906. 35 p. 
Same. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 641-673.) 
Appointments. See Treasury Department, Presi- 
dential officers. 
Appointments Division, Treasury Dept. 
Estimate for additional clerk [Cora B. Thomas] 
in office of Auditor for Navy Department. 
Mar. 8, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 594, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. 49; 4989.) 

Presidential officers in and under Treasury De- 
partment. Edition of July 1, 1905. [1905.] 
67 p. oblong 8° 

Post-office Dkpartmbnt. Estimate of appro- 
priation for file cases for Appointment [Ap- 
pointments] Division. May 3, 1906, 2 p. 
(H. doc. 767, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 50; 
4990.) 

Treasury Department. [Rules and regula- 
tions governing] Division of Appointments. 
Feb. 26,1907. (In S. doc. 399, pt. 1, p. 36-96, 
59th Cong. 2d sees., in v. 25; (092.) 

Appoqulnimink River. Flagler, C. A. F. Im- 
provement of A ppoquinimink, Murderkill, and 
Mispillion rivers, Del. [1905]. (In Engineer 
Dept. Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 1110-16.) 



Appoqulnimink River — Continued. 
Flagler, C. A. F. Same. (In his Annual re- 
port upon improvement of rivers and harbors 
in southern New Jersey, in Delaware, and of 
inland waterway from Chincoteague Bay to 
Delaware Bay, 1905.) 
Same [1906]. ( In Engineer Dept. Report, 

1906. 1906. pt. 1, p. 1060-65.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 

Srovement of rivers and harbors in southern 
Tew Jersey and in Delaware, 1906.) 
Appraisers. 
Annual report, 1905. 1905. 10 p. (Treas. 

Dept. doc. 2403.) 
Same, 1906. 1906. 10 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 
2434.) 

Appeals pending before United States courts in 
customs cases, nos. 5-16; July, 1905-Apr. 

1907. 1905-07. (Treasury Dept.) [Monthly 
through January, 1906, since then quarterly.] 

Digest of decisions of Treasury Department, cus- 
toms, and Board of General Appraisers ren- 
dered during calendar years 1904-05, with 
decisions of United States courts in customs 
cases. 1906. 336 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 
2430.) 

Same during calendar years 1904-06. 1907. 461 
p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2461.) 

Reappraisements of merchandise by general ap- 
praisers [on June 22, 1905-June 19, 1907J; July 
3, 1905-June 24, 1907. 4° (Reappraisement 
circulars 1253-1628; Division of Customs.) 
[Weekly.] 

Same, index, July-Dec. 1905. Jan. 10, 1906. 

6 p. 4° (Customs Division.) 
Same, Jan.^June, 1906. 1906. 18 p. 4 e 
Same, July-Dec. 1906. 1907. 19 p. 4° 
Same, Jan.-June, 1907. 1907 . 22 p. 4° 
Treasury decisions under customs and other laws, 
July-Dec. 1905. 1906. v. 10 [iiij + 877 p. 
(Treasury Dept.) [Issued also in weekly 
parts, with title, Treasury decisions under 
tariff, internal revenue, and other laws. In- 
cludes general appraisers' decisions, v. 10-13 
appeared also as v. 8 and 9, respectively, of 
Treasury decisions under internal revenue 
laws, for which see Internal Revenue Commis- 
sioner, Decisions.] 
Same, [semiannual] index. 1906. 97 p. 
Same, Jan.-June, 1906. 1906. v. 11 [iii] ,- 
1009 p. 

Same, semiannual index. 1906. 91 p. 

Same, July-Dec. 1906. 1907. v. 12 [iii] + 775 

p. 8 il. 29 pi. 
Same, [semiannual] index. 1907. 80 p. 
Same, Jan.-June, 1907. 1907. v. 13 [iii] + 

1026 p. 

Same, semiannual index. 1907. 88 p. 

Treasury Department. Appraiser's returns 
upon invoices. Oct. 18, 1905. 3 p. 4° (Dept. 
circular 108, 1905; Division of Customs.) 

Discontinuance of notification to Depart- 
ment of filing of applications for reappraise- 
ment. Apr. 9, 1907. 1 p. 4° (Dept. circular 
26, 1907; Division of Customs.) 

Hearings, etc., in classification and reap- 
praisement cases by general appraisers. Feb. 
8, 1906. 2 p. 4° (Dept. circular 18, 1906; 
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Appraisers — Continued. 

Treasury Department. Hearings, etc., in 
classification and reappraisement cases by gen- 
eral appraisers during [calendar] year 1907. 
Jan. 4, 1907. 1 p. 4° (Dept. circular 3, 1907; 
Division of Customs.) 

Hearings on classification and reappraise- 

ment cases. Feb. 24, 1906. 1 p. 4° (Dept. 
circular 22, 1906; Division of Customs.) 

See also New York City— Providence. 
Apprentice draftsmen. See Draftsmen; 
Apprentices. Manufactures Bureau. Lon- 
don's maritime trade; Municipal economies 
[in Nottingham]; New apprenticeship system 
[at Lincoln]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
May, 1907. no. 320, p. 30, 31.) [A collection 
of articles by consular officers.] 
Appropriations. 

Appropriations Committee, House. Hearings 
before subcommittee in charge of deficiency 
appropriations for 1906 and prior years [Jan. 
10-15. 1906] on urgent deficiency bill [H. 
12320]. 1906. 295 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

deficiency appropriations for 1906 and prior 
years [June 20-22, 1906] on general deficiency 
bill [H. 20403]. 1906. 132 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

deficiency appropriations for 1907 and prior 
years [Dec. 12, 1906] on urgent deficiency bill 
[H. 22584]. 1906. 20 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

deficiency appropriations for 1907 and prior 
years [Feb. 25, 26, 1907] on general deficiency 
bill [H. 25851]. 1907. 63 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

legislative, executive, and judicial appropria- 
tion bill for 1908 [H. 21574, Nov. 27-Dec. 1, 
1906], 1906. 367 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

sundry civil appropriation bill for 1907 [H. 
19844, Apr. 10-May 10, 1906]. 1906. 1466 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

sundry civil appropriation bill for 1908 [H. 
25745, Jan. 22-Feb. 11, 1907]. 1907 . 990 p. 

Appropriations Commit/tee, Senate. Appro- 
priations, new offices, etc., statements showing 
appropriations made, new offices created [etc J, 
59th Congress. 1st session; by Thomas P. 
Cleaves and James C. Courts. 1906. 830 p. 
large 8° (S. doc. 535, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In 
v. 31; 49S9.) [Prepared by clerks to Com- 
mittees on Appropriations of Senate and 
House.] 

Same, 2d session. 1907. 680 p. large 8° 

(S. doc. 402, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 34; 
6101.) [Prepared by clerks to Committees on 
Appropriations of Senate and House.] 

Legislative, etc., appropriation bill, state- 
ments before subcommittee Pec. 29, 1906- Jan . 
4, 1907] on H. 21574, making appropriations for 
legislative, executive, and judicial expenses, 
1908. 1907. 83 p. 

Bingham, H. H. Report from Committee on 
Appropriations, submitting H. 21574, making 
appropriations for legislative, executive, and 
judicial expenses, 1908. Dec. 7, 1906. 25 p. 
(H. rp. 6328, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 
6064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 935. • 



Appropriations — Continued. 
Bookkeeping and Warrants Division. Di- 
gest of appropriations for 1906, and on account 
of deficiencies for prior years, made by 3d 
session of 58th Congress. 1905. 549 p. 4° 
(Treas. Dept. doc. 2398.) 

— — Same for 1907, made by 1st session of 59th 
Congress. 1906. 561 p. 4° 

Same for 1908, made by 2d session of 59th 

Congress. 1907 . 579 p. 4° (Treas. Dept. 
doc. 2466.) 

Statement of balances, appropriations, and 

expenditures of Government, 1905. 1905. 
127 p. 4° (Treas. Dept. doc. 2425.) 

Same, 1906. 1907. 117 p. 4° (Treas. 

Dept. doc. 2462.) 

Congress. Joint resolution [House 189] to cor- 
rect error in H. 19884, making appropriations 
for sundry civil expenses, 1907. Approved 
June 30, 1906. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 840.) 

Cullom, S. M. Report from Committee on Ap- 
propriations, amending H. 16472, making ap- 
propriations for legislative, executive and 
judicial expenses, 1907. May 18, 1906. 3 p. 
(S. rp. 3642, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 2; 
4806.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 389. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

amending H. 21574, making appropriations for 
legislative, executive, and judicial expenses, 
1908. Jan. 10, 1907. 3 p. (S. rp. 4826, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 6060.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 1, p. 935. 

Dalzell, John. Report from Committee on 
Rules, submitting H. R. 384, relative to con- 
sideration of H. 16472, making appropriations 
for legislative, executive, and judicial ex- 
penses, 1907, as substitute for H. R. 383. Mar. 
28, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 2673, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. D.) 

Hale, Euoene. Report from Committee on 
Appropriations, amending H. 12320, making 
appropriations to supply urgent deficiencies, 
1906 and prior years. Feb. 8, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 798, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4904.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 27. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

amending H. 17859, making appropriations to 
supply additional urgent deficiencies, 1906 and 
prior years. Apr. 2, 1906. 6 p. (8. rp. 21»8, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4906.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 118. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

amending H. 19844, making appropriations for 
sundry civil expenses, 1907. June 20, 1906. 
3p. (S.rp.4330, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 
4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 607. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

amending H. 20403, making appropriations to 
supply deficiencies, 1906 and prior years. 
June 28, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 4422, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 2; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 634. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

amending H. 25745, making appropriations for 
sundry civil expenses, 1908. Feb. 25, 1907. 
3 p. (S.rp. 7284, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 
6061.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1295. 



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Appropriations — Continued. 

Hale, Eugene. Report from Committee on 
Appropriations, amending H. 26851, making 
appropriations to supply deficiencies, 1907 and 
pnor years. Mar. 2, 1907. 2 p. (S.tp. 7333, 
59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 2; Mtl.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1371. 

Justice Department. Judgments rendered 
against United States by circuit and district 
courts [which require appropriation, in which 
records have been received since Feb. 25, 
1905]. Mar. 19, 1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 628, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 49; 4989.) 

Same [since Mar. 19, 1906]. May 26, 1906. 

2 p. (H. doc. 853, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
50; 4990.) 

Same [since May 26, 1906]. June 27, 1906. 

2 p. (S. doc. 515, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
8; 4916.) 

Same [since June 27, 1906]. Jan. 10, 1907. 

3 p. (H. doc. 447, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
51; 6164.) 

Same [since Jan. 10, 1907]. Jan. 16, 1907. 

2 p. (H. doc. 504, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
51; 5164.) 

Letter stating, in response to resolution, 

that judgments rendered against United 
States oy circuit and district courts have been 
transmitted. June 27, 1906. 1 p. (S. doc. 
518, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 8; 4916.) 

Land Office, General. Draft of bill [making 
lapsed appropriations available for] fulfillment 
of contracts relet by Government. Dec. 20, 

1905. 2 p. (H. doc. 269, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 46; 4986.) 

Littauer, L. N. Conference report on H. 12320, 
making appropriations to supply urgent de- 
ficiencies, 1906 and prior years. Feb. 19, 

1906. 5 p. (H. rp. 1481, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 1; 4906.) 

Conference report on H. 17359, making 

appropriations to supply additional urgent 
deficiencies, 1906 and prior years. Apr. 12, 
1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 3201, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 2; 4907.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 118. 

Conference report on H. 16472, -making 

appropriations for legislative, executive, and 
judicial expenses, 1907. June 19, 1906. 16 p. 
(H. rp. 4960, 69th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 3; 
4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 389. 

Conference report on H. 21574, making ap- 
propriations for legislative, executive, and 
judicial expenses, 1908. Feb. 22, 1907. 12 
p. (H. rp. 8070, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
2; 6066.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 935. 

Conference report on H. 25851, making ap- 
propriations to supply deficiencies, 1907 and 
prior years. Mar. 2, 1907 . 3 p. (H. rp. 8173, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 6066.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1371. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

submitting H. 12320, making appropriations to 
supply urgent deficiencies, 1906 and prior 
years. Jan. 18, 1906. 4 p. (H. rp. 293, 59th 
Cong, lstsess. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 1, p. 27. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

submitting H. 16472, making appropriations 
for legislative, executive, and judicial ex- 
penses, 1907. Mar. 9, 1906. 27 p. (H. rp. 
2171, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 389. 



Appropriations — Continued. ' 

Littausb, L. N. Report from Committee on 
Appropriations, submitting H. 17359, making 
appropriations to supply additional urgent de- 
ficiencies, 1906 and prior years. Mar. 26, 
1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 2654, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 118. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

submitting H. 19572, making appropriations to 
supply additional urgent deficiencies, 1906. 
May 22, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 4396, 59th Cong, 
let seee. In v. 2; 4907.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 205. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

on H. 16472, making appropriations for legis- 
lative, executive, and judicial expenses, 1907, 
recommending that House nonconcur in Sen- 
ate amendments. May 31, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4561, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 3; 4908.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 389. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

submitting H. 20403, making appropriations to 
supply deficiencies, 1906 and prior years. 
June 26, 1906. 4 p. (H. rp. 5004 [pt. 1], 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 4908.) Stat. L. v. 
34, pt. 1, p. 634. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

•submitting H. 22684, making appropriations to 
supply urgent deficiencies, 1907. Dec. 15, 
1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 5487, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 1; 6064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 841. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

submitting H. 24541, making appropriations to 
supply additional urgent deficiencies, 1907. 
Jan. 18, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 6435, 59th Oong. 
2d sess. In. v. 1; 5064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 886. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

submitting H. 25851, making appropriations to 
supply deficiencies, 1907 and prior years. 
Feb. 28, 1907. 4 p. (H. rp. 8121, 59th Cong. 
2d sees. In v. 2; 5066.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 1371. 

Statistics Bureau, Commerce and Labor 
Dept. Annual appropriations made by Con- 
gress, 1898-1906. (In Statistics Bureau. Sta- 
tistical abstract, 1905. 1906. p. 89.) 

Same, 1899-1907. (In same, 1906. 1907. 

p. 103.) 

Sullivan, J. A. Views of minority of Com- 
mittee on Appropriations, on H. 20403, mak- 
ing appropriations to supply deficiencies, 1906 
and prior years. June 25, 1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 
5004, pt. 2, 59th Cong, lstsess. In v. 3; 4908.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 684. 

Tawnet, J. A. Conference report on H. 19844, 
making appropriations for sundry civil ex- 
penses, 1907. June 27, 1906. 18 p. (H. rp. 
5054, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 4908.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 697. 

Conference report on H. 25745, making ap- 
propriations for sundry civil expenses, 1908. 
Mar. 2, 1907. 8 p. (H. rp. 8174, 59th Cong. 
2d sees. In v. 2; 6066.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 1295. 

Report from Committee on Appropriations, 

submitting H. 19844, making appropriations 
for sundry civil expenses, 1907. May 31, 1906. 
16 p. (H. rp. 4562, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
3; 4908.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 697. 



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Appropriations — Continued. 
Tawney, J. A. Report from Committee on. Ap- 
propriations, submitting H. 26746, making 
appropriations for sundry civil expenses, 1908. 
Feb. 19,1907. 18 p. (H. rp. 803a, 69th Cong. 
2d sees. In v. 2; SOW.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 1205, 

Treasury Department. Estimates of appro- 
priations required {by Departments], 1907. 
1906. 686 p. 4° (Treas. Dept. doc. 2421; H. 
doc. 12, 69th Cong. 1st Bees. In v. 32; 4972.) 

Same, 1908. 1906. 678 p. 4' (Treas: Dept. 

doc. 2450; H. doc. 12, 59th Cong. 2d sees. 
In v. 28; 0131.) 

Estimates of appropriations to complete 

service [of Departments, 1907 and prior years]. 
Feb. 4, 1907. 42 p. 4» (H. doc. 664, 59th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. 28; 8181.) 

Estimates of [deficiencies in] appropriations 

required by Departments, 1906 and prior 
years. Jan. 4, 1906. 32 p. 4° (H. doc. 278, 
69th Cong. 1st eess. In v. 32; 4978.) 

Judgments rendered by Court of Claims 

S requiring appropriation, since report of Mar. 
:, 1905]. Jan. 5, 1906. 11 p. (H. doc. 307, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 46; 4986.) [A large 
proportion of this list are judgments in claims 
of officers and enlisted men of Volunteers dur- 
ing War with Spain for extra pay.] 
Same [since report of Jan. 5, 1906]. Jan. 24, 

1906. 5 p. fS. doc. 166, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 4; 4918.) ' [A large proportion of this list 
are judgments in claims of officers and enlisted 
men of Volunteers during War with Spain for 
extra pay.] 

Same [since report of Jan. 24, 1906]. Feb. 

6, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 185, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 5; 4918.) [A large proportion of 
this list are judgments in claims of officers and 
enlisted men or Volunteers during War with 
Spain for extra pay.] 

Same [since report of Feb. 5, 1906]. May 

28, 1906. 9 p. (H. doc. 859, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 50; 4990.) [A large proportion of 
this list are judgments in claims of officers and 
enlisted men of Volunteers during War with 
Spain for extra pay.] 

Same [since report of May 28, 1906J. June 

27, 1906. 14 p. (S. doc. 511, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 8; 4916.) [A large proportion of 
this list are judgments in claims of officers and 
enlisted men of Volunteers during War with 
Spain for extra pay.] 

— — Same [since report of June 27, 19061. Feb. 
4, 1907. 16 p. (H. doc. 656, 59th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. 53; 6156.) [A large proportion of 
these are judgments in claims of Volunteers 
during Civil War and War with Spain for 
additional pay.] 

Same [since report of Feb. 4, 1907]. Mar. 1, 

1907. 14 p. (S. doc. 369, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 6; 6073.) [A large proportion of these 
are judgments in claims or Volunteers during 
Civil War and War with Spain for additional 
pay.] 

Letter submitting items of appropriation for 

State, Treasury, and Interior Departments, 
and Department of Justice, for inclusion in 
deficiency bill. June 27, 1906. 2 p. (S.doc. 
516, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 8; 4916.) 



Appropriations — Continued. 
Treasury Department. Response to inquiry, 
statements as to appropriations for permanent 
specific and indefinite objects. Feb. 21, 1906. 
28 p. (H. doc. 641, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In 
v. 48; 499*,) 

Schedule of claims allowed [since report of 

Mar. 1, 1906] under appropriations of which 
' balances have been exhausted [or carried to 

surplus fund]. Jan. 8, 1906. 26 p. (H. doc. 

327, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 46; 4986.) 
Same [since report of Jan . 8, 1906] . June 2, 

1906. 29 p. (H. doc. 866, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 

In v. 50; 4990.) 
Same [since report of June 2, 1906] . June 

27, 1906. 6 p. (S. doc. 512, 59th Cong. 1st 

eess. In v. 8; 4916.) 
Same [since report of June 27, 1906J. Feb. 

7, 1907. 25 p. (H. doc. 697, 59th Cong. 2d 

sess. In v. 63; 6166.) 
Same [since report of Feb. 1, 1907]. Mar. 1, 

1907 . 8 p. (S. doc. 371, 59th Cong. 2d sees. 

In v. 6; 6073.) 
Supplemental estimates of [deficiencies in] 

appropriations required [by Departments], 

1906 and prior yeare. May 28, 1906. 48 p. 4° 

(H. doc. 861, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 32; 

4978.) 

See also Finance — subject, or Department, bu- 
reau, etc., for which appropriation is made. 
Appropriations Committee, House. 

Appropriations, new offices, etc., statements 
showing appropriations made, new offices 
created [etc .J, 59th Congress, 1st session; by 
Thomas P. Cleaves and James C. Courts. 1906. 
830 p. large 8" (S. doc. 535, 59th Cong. 1st 
sees. In v. 31; 4989.) [Prepared by clerks to 
Committees on Appropriations of Senate and 
House.] 

Same, 2d session. 1907. 680 p. large 8° (S. 
doc. 402, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 34; 6101.) 
[Prepared by clerks to Committees on Appro- 
priations of Senate and House.] 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

deficiency appropriations for 1906 and prior 
years [Jan. 10-15, 1906] on urgent deficiency 
bill [H. 12320]. 1906 . 295 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

deficiency appropriations for 1906 and prior 
years [June 20-22, 1906] on general deficiency 
bill [H. 20403]. ' 1906. 132 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

deficiency appropriations for 1907 and prior 
years [Dec. 12, 1906] on urgent deficiency bill 
[H. 22584]. 1906. 20 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

deficiency appropriations for 1907 and prior 
years [Feb. 25, 26, 1907] on general deficiency 
bill [H. 25851]. 1907. 63 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

legislative, executive, and judicial appropria- 
tion bill for 1908 [H. 21574, Nov. 27-Dec. 1, 
1906]. 1906. 367 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

sundry civil appropriation bill for 1907 [H. 
19844, Apr. 10-May 10, 1906]. 1906. 1466 p. 

Hearings_ before subcommittee in charge of 

sundry civil appropriation bill for 1908 [H. 
25745,Jan.22-Feb.ll, 1907]. 1907. 990 p. 



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Appropriations Committee, House — Cont'd. 

Canteen in soldiers' homes, supplement to hear- 
ings before subcommittee in charge of sundry 
civil appropriation bill for 1908 [H. 25745]. 
1907. 154 p. 

District of Columbia. Hearings before subcom- 
mittee in charge of District of Columbia appro- 
priation bill for 1907 [H. 18198, Mar. 7-Apr. 3, 
1906]. 1906. 977 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

District of Columbia appropriation bill for 1908 
[Dec. 8-19, 1906]. 1906. 297 p. 

Supplemental hearings before subcommit- 
tee in charge of District appropriation bill for 
1908 [H. 24108, Jan. 11, 1907], incandescent 
street lighting. 1907. 22 p. 

Fortifications. Additional supplement to hear- 
ings before subcommittee in charge of fortifica- 
tion appropriation bill [1908, H. 23821, Feb. 8, 
1907, Senate amendments to fortifications bill]. 
1907. 15 p. 

Hearings before subcommittee in charge of 

fortification appropriation bill [1908, Dec. 5-7, 
1906]. 1906. 115 p. 

Supplement to hearings before subcommit- 
tee in charge of fortification appropriation bill 
[1908; statement of William H. Taft, Dec. 12, 
1906]. 1906. 17 p. 

Government officials. Proposed reclassification 
of clerical force in Executive Departments, 
supplement to hearings before subcommittee 
in cnarge of deficiency appropriations for 1907 
and prior years [H. 25851] on general deficiency 
bill; [statement of Charles H. Keep, Jan. 15, 
1907]. 1907. Op. 

Panama Canal. Isthmian canal, expenditures, 
actual and estimated, to June 30, 1907. 1906. 
7 p. 

Pensions. Hearings before subcommittee in 
cnarge of pension appropriation bill, 1908 [H. 
24640, Jan. 17, 1907]. 1907. 16 p. 

Public printing. Supplemental hearing [June 8, 
1906, on H. 19844], sundry civil appropriation 
bill, 1907, printing and binding, revised esti- 
mates [by Committee on Printing]. 1906. 9p. 

Ban Francisco, Cal. Hearing [June 14, 15, 1906] 
concerning proposed relief of San Francisco. 
1906. 29 p. 

Smokeless powder. Additional supplement to 
hearings before subcommittee in charge of for- 
tification appropriation bill [1908, H. 23821; 
statement of J. A. Haskell regarding] smoke- 
less powder [Jan. 24, 1907]. 1907. 29 p. 

See also, for reports on public bills, resolutions, 
etc., Appropriations [13]— California— Deer Is- 
land—District of Columbia, Appropriations 
[8]— Envelops— Fortifications [81— Jamestown 
Ter- Centennial Exposition, 1907— Pensions 
[8]— President of United Stales, Traveling ex- 
penses. 

Appropriations Committee, Senate. 
Appropriations, new offices, etc., statements 
snowing appropriations made, new offices 
created [etc J, 59th Congress, 1st session; by 
Thoeaos P. (Heaves and James 0. Courts. 
1906. 830 p. Iarg4 8* (8. doc. 588, Mth Cong. 
1st sees. Inv. 31; 4989.) (Prepared by oteiie 
to Cqsanaittoee on Appropriations of Senate and 
House.] 

H. Doc. 830, 59-2 5 



Appropriations Committee, Senate— -Cont'd. 
Same, 2d session. 1907 . 680p. Iarge8° (S.doc. 
402, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 34; H01.) 
[Prepared by clerks to Committees on Appro- 
priations of Senate and House.] 
District of Columbia appropriation bill, state- 
ments before subcommittee [May 21-25, 1906] 
on H. 18198, making appropriations for Dis- 
trict, 1907. 1906. 224 p. 
District of Columbia appropriation bill [1908], 
statements before subcommittee [Feb. 2, 9, 
1907] on H. 24103. 1907. 132 p. 
Fortifications appropriation bill [H. 14171] state- 
ment of Robert S. Waddell [before subcommit- 
tee, Mar. 10, 1906, relative to manufacture of 
smokeless powder]. 1906. p. 27-69. 
Hearing [Dec. 12, 19051 to accompany H. 480. 
supplemental to act for construction of canal 
connecting Atlantic and Pacific oceans; re- 
ported by Mr. Allison. Dec. 13, 1905. 95 p. 
(S. doc. 69, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4910.) 
Legislative, etc., appropriation bill,' statements 
before subcommittee [Dec. 29, 1906-Jan. 4, 
19071 on H. 21574, making appropriations for 
legislative, executive, ana judicial expenses, 
1908. 1907. 83 p. 
See also, for reports on public bills, resolutions, 
etc., Appropriations [7]— Diplomatic service 
[2]— District of Columbia, Appropriations [8] — 
Fortifications [8]. 

See, as administrator, Mary, 



See District of Columbia, 



Apthorp, John W. 

schooner. 
Aqueduct Bridge. 

Bridges. 

Aqueous vapor. See Tapor of water. 

A quia Creek. Leach, S. S. Improvement of 
York, Mattaponi, and Pamunkey rivers and 
Occoquan, Nandua, Aquia, and Carters creeks, 
Va.[1905]. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 1905. 

1905. pt. 1, p. 1161-69.) 

— — Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of Potomac River and its tribu- 
taries, of James River and harbor at Milford 
Haven, and rivers in Maryland and Virginia on 
western and eastern shores of Chesapeake Bay, 
[and] protection of Jamestown Island, 1905.) 

Aquia Protestant Episcopal Church. See 
Stafford County, Fa. 

Arabia. 

Manufactures Bureau. Arabia. (In Com- 
mercial relations, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 226- 
230.) [Reports by consular officers on com- 
merce of Aden, and Maskat.] 

Mastersow, W. W. Arabia. (In Commercial 
relations, 1905. 1906. p. 326.) 

Arabia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. 152.) 

Arabia, decline of trade. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1006. no. 804, p. 127, 
128.) 

— — Arabia, tobacco imports, etc. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. May, 1906. no. 308, p. 
139-142.) 

Arago, Cape. Clay, A. 9. Report from Com- 
mittee on Commerce, amending S. 259, for 
light-house at Cape Arago, Oreg. Jan. 11, 

1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 137, $9th Cong. 1st i 
In v. 1; 4904.) 



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Araneta, Qregorio. See, as attorney-general and 
as solicitor-general, Philippine Islands, Justice 
Bureau. 

Aransas Pass. 

Engineer Department. Report of survey of 
channel from Aransas Pass [through Turtle 
Cove] to Corpus Christi. Jan. 3, 1907 . 8 p. 
map. (H. doc. 338, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In 
v. 50; 8168.) 

Report of survey of channel from Aransas 

PasstoCuero. Jan. 3, 1907. 12 p. map. (H. 
doc. 336, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 50; 6183.) 

Rivers and Harbors Board. Report on 
Aransas Pass, Tex. [1907.] 6 p. (Rivera and 
Harbors Committee. Committee document 5, 
59th Cong. 2d sees.) 
Arant, William F. See, as superintendent, 

Crater Lake National Park. 
Arapaho 1 ndians. See Wind Biver BeservaHon. 
Arbitration. 

French-Venezuelan Claims Commission. Re- 
port of French-Venezuelan Mixed Claims Com- 
mission of 1902: by Jackson H. Ralston, as- 
sisted by W.T. Sherman Doyle. 1906. xii + 
471 p. (State Dept.) ' ' 

Same. (S. doc. 533, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 

In v. 29; 4987.) 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce Commit- 
tee. Hearings [Dec. 14, 190frJan. 22, 1907], 
on H. 10840, for investigation of controversies 
affecting interstate commerce. 1907. p. 1-77. 

Interstate Commerce Commission. Act to 
regulate commerce as amended and acts sup- 
plementary, safety appliance acts, act requir- 
ing monthly reports of accidents, arbitration 
act; revised to June 30, 1906. 1906. 59 p. 

State Department. Convention signed Aug. 
13, 1906, by delegates of Governments repre- 
sented at 3d International Conference of 
American States, continuing in force, with ex- 
ception of its 3d article, convention providing 
for arbitration of pecuniary claims, signed Jan. 
30, 1902, by delegates to 2d International Con- 
ference. Mar. 1, 1907. 4 p. (Confidential; 

[Senate] executive F, 59th Cong. 2d sess.) 
Not in Congressional set.] 

Treaty between United States and certain 

Powers for arbitration of pecuniary claims. 
Signed Mexico, Jan. 30, 1902, proclaimed Mar. 
24, 1905. (In State Dept. Foreign relations, 
1905. 1906. p. 650-653.) [English only. Ap- 
peared separately in Document catalogue of 
the 58th Congress.] 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 2845-60.) 

[English, Spanish, and French.] 
See also Labor Bureau. 
Arbitration, Lake Motion k Conference on 
International. See Lake Kohonk Confer- 
ence on International Arbitration. 
Arbor Day. 
Forest Service. Forest planting leaflet: Arbor 
Day, lesson of day. Apr. 2, 1907. 4 p. (Cir- 
cular 96.) 

Presidbnt or United States. Proclamation to 
school children of United States [concerning 
Arbor Day}. Apr. 15, 1907. 1 p. 

Arbor gardens. See Gardening. 

Arboriculture. See Trees. 



Archaeological Institute of America. Long- 
worth, Nicholas. Report from Committee 
on Foreign Affairs, favoring S. 5131, incorpor- 
ating institute. Apr. 27, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
3637, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4007.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 203. 
Archaeology. Moorbhbad, W. E. How far 
should activities of historical societies embrace 
archaeological investigations? (In American 
Historical Association. Report, 1905. 1906. 
v. 1, p. 210-212.) 

Same. (In American Historical Association. 

2d report of conference of State and local his- 
torical societies.) 

See also Archaeology, Prehistoric. 
Archaeology, Prehistoric. 

Interior Department.- Regulations govern- 
ing national parks, Hot Springs Reservation, 
and preservation of American antiquities. 
Feb. 26, 1907. (In S. doc. 396, pt. 1, p. 
297-322, 59th Cong. 2d sess., in v. 18; 8086.) 

Uniform rules and regulations prescribed 

by Secretaries of Interior, Agriculture, and 
War, to carry out provisions of act for preser- 
vation of American antiquities, approved 
June 8, 1906. [Dec. 28, 1906, published 1907.] 
3 p. 

Lacey, J. F. Report from Committee on Public 
Lands, amending H. 11016, for preservation of 
American antiquities. Mar. 12, 1906. 8 p. 
(H. rp. 2224, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 
4908.) 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, favoring S. 4698, for preserva- 
tion of American antiquities. May 24, 1906. 
1 p. (S. rp. 3797, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
2; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 225. 

See also Olla Valley— Mexico — New Mexico — 
Porto Bico, Aborigines— West Indies. 
Archer, Howard William. 

McCumbek, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 20292, to pension Archer. 
Jan. 23, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5310, 59th Cong. 
2d sees. Inv.B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2387. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H, 20292, to pen- 
sion Archer. Dec. 7, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
5249, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.; Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2387. 
Archer, Mrs. Martha Q. 

Loudbnslaoer, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 4029, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Archer. Feb. 15, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1333, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1560. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 4029, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Archer. Feb. 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
671, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1560. 

Archer, Samson M, Court of Claims, Find- 
ings in case of Mary E. Martin, administratrix 
of Archer. Jan. 10, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 
462, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 51; 6164.) 

Architect of Capitol. See Capitol Building and 
Grounds Superintendent 

Architect, Supervising. 
Annual report, 1905. 1905. 79 p. 14 pi. (Treas. 
Dept. doc. 2419.) 



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Architect, Supervising — Continued. 
Same, 1906. 1906. 115 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 
2445.) 

Estimate of appropriation for heating, power, and 

light plant for new custom-house building at 

San Francisco. Jan. 23, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 

411, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 47; 4987.) 
Estimate of appropriation for wharf, runway, 

etc., at quarantine station at Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Dec. 7, 1905. 2 p. (H. doc. 76, 59th Cong. 

1st sess. In v. 44; 4984.) 
Estimate of deficiency appropriation for public 

buildings at Los Angeles, Cal., Nashville, 

Tenn., and Rome, Ga. Dec. 11, 1905. 3 p. 

(H. doc. 123, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 45; 

4985.) 

Estimates for sites of public buildings at Hagers- 
town, Md., and Warren, Ohio. Jan. 25, 1907. 
2 p. (H. doc. 560, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
52; 5166.) 

Civil Service Commission. Electrical engi- 
neer and draftsman, Supervising Architect's 
Office [announcement of examination] July 
17-19, 1907. June 8, 1907. [2] p. 4° 

Heating and ventilating draftsman, Super- 
vising Architect's Office [announcement of 
examination] July 24, 25, 1907. June26, 1907. 
[2] p. 4" 

Treasury Department. [Rules and regula- 
tions governing] office of Supervising Archi- 
tect. Feb. 26, 1907. (In S. doc. 399, pt. 1, 
p. 222-224, 59th Cong. 2d sess., in v. 25; 6092.) 

Architecture. See Buildings. 

Architecture and Construction of Public 
Buildings Bureau of Philippine Islands. 
See Philippine Islands. 

Archives. See French archives — Hall of Rec- 
ords — Public records — Spanish archives. 

Archives Bureau of Philippine Islands. See 
Philippine Islands. 

Archuleta, Antonio. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 22153, to pen- 
sion Archuleta. Jan. 14, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
6321, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2485. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22153, to pension Archu- 
leta. Feb. 6, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6250, 59th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2485. 

Arctic regions. Amundsen, Roald. To north 
magnetic pole and through Northwest passage. 
(In Smithsonian Institution. Report, 1906. 
1907. p. 249-273, 1 por. 2 pi. 2 p. of pi. map.) 
[From Geographical journal, v. 29, May, 1907.] 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 249-273, 1 por. 

2 pi. 2 p. of pi. map. (Smithsonian Institu- 
tion. [Publication] 1755.) 

Ardinger, Charles. See Williams, B. W., and 
others. 

Ardmore, Ind. T. Memorial of Broadway Baptist 
Church, Ardmore, praying adoption erf amend- 
ment to act approved June 28, 1898 [for protec- 
tion of people of Indian Territory], soyas to 
permit title to certain church real estate to be 
vested in churches formerly owning same; 
presented by Mr. Clark of Wyoming. Feb. 5, 
1907. 2 p. (S. doc. 287, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 6; 5073.) 



Arecibo, P. R. Porto Rico. Ordinance of Ex- 
ecutive Council [enacted Mar. 16, 1906], per- 
mitting extension of railroad track into Arecibo 
[by Compafifa de los Ferrocarriles de Puerto 
Rico and its assign, American Railroad Com- 
pany of Porto RicqJ. Apr. 26, 1906. 3 p. 
(H. doc. 725, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 60; 
4990.) 

Arena, Port. See Kelinoa. 
Arey, Henry. 

Keliher, J. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2049, to increase 
pension of Arey. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6237, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2458. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 2049, to increase pension 
of Arey. Feb. 5, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 6129, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2458. 

Arey, John H. Court op Claims. Findings. 
Dec. 10, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 221, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 49; 6162.) 

Argentina. 

Constitution [Sept. 25, I860]. (In American 
Republics Bureau. American constitutions. 
July, 1905, [published] 1906. v. 1, p. 99-132.) 
[Spanish and English.) 

Customs tariff, 1905-6 [translation of law]. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly bul- 
letin. 1906. v. 22, p. 1030-49.) 

American Republics Bureau. Argentine in- 
dustries. (In American Republics Bureau. 
Monthly bulletin. 1906. v. 22, p. 393-399.) 

Attwell, J. S. Argentine Republic [address 
delivered Mar. 2, 1907, before Cosmopolitan 
Club of Cornell University, extracts]. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly bul- 
letin. 1907. v. 24, p. 823-827.) 

Beaupre, A. M. Argentina. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. 31, 
32.) 

[Argentine Republic] foreign commerce. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1906. 
no. 304, p. 143-145.) 

and Cole, G. C. Argentina. (In Commer- 
cial relations, 1905. 1906. p. 305, 306.) 

Cole, G. C. Argentina. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 19-21.) 

Cotton growing, Republic of Argentina. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 1906. 
no. 308, p. 17, 18.) 

Destination of exports [from Argentina], first 
9 months of 1906 [compared with same period 
1905]. (In American Republics Bureau. 
Monthly bulletin. 1906. v. 23, p. 1455-58.) 
[From Review of River Plate, Oct. 12, 1906.] 

Hutchinson, Lincoln. Report on trade con- 
ditions in Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay. 
1906. 101 p. (Commerce and Labor Dept.) 

Same. Dec. 5, 1906. 101 p. (H. doc. 153, 

59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 48; 6151.) 

Republic of Argentina, value of trade with 

United States. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Jan. 1906. no. 304, p. 129-143.) 

Manufactures Bureau. Argentina. (In Com- 
mercial relations, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 158- 
165.) [Reports by consular officers on com- 
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Argentina— Continued. 
Manufactures Bureau. Argentina. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1906. no. 

306, p. 66-68.) [A collection of articles by 

consular officers.] 
Argentina. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 39-43.) 
Argentina, foreign commerce; Public im- 
provements. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Slay, 1907. no. 320, p. 102-104.) 
Argentine Republic. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Feb. 1906. no. 305, p. 44-51.) 

[Articles by two consular officers.] 
Snyder, A. G. Argentina, bad business methods 

drawbacks to American trade with Republic. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. 

no. 321, p. 77-81.) 
Argentina, foreign commerce. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 142, 

143.) 

State Department. Argentine Republic. (In 
State Dept. Foreign relatione, 1905. 1906. 
p. 27-50.) 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1909. pt. 1, p. 

11-12.) 

See also American Republics Bureau— Fish and 
fisheries — Iron and steel — Trade-marks. 

Argentine Republic. See Argentina. 

Arguin Bay. Hydrooraphic Office. Levrier 
Bay to Arguin Bay, scale naut. m. = 0.5 in.; 
with insets, Arguin Bay, scale naut. m. ■= 1 
in.: Cape Blanco Anchorage, Levrier Bay, 
scale naut. m. = 1 in. 26.8 X 22.3, 11 X 9.4, 
and 10.5 X 8.5 in. (On Hydrographic Office. 
Africa; chart 2265. Nov. 1905.) 

Argulidee. Wilson, C. B. Additional notes on 
development of aigulidte, with description of 
new species. (In National Museum. Pro- 
ceedings. 1907. v. 32, p. 411^24, 4 pi. no. 
1531.) 

Same, separate. May 23, 1907. 

Argyresthia. See Kotos. 

Arlake lira. Hydrooraphic Opficb. Ariake 
Wan, Kiushu, east coast, Japan, from Japanese 
survey in 1903; chart 2403. Scale naut. m. = 
1.4 in. June, 1907. 19.2 X 26.3 in. 

Arid lands. See Desert lands. 

Arizona. 

Answer, favoring joint statehood for New Mexico 
and Arizona, to memorial of its opponents; [by 
certain citizens of Arizona]; presented by Mr. 
Dick. Mar. 7, 1906. 6 p. (S. doc. 254, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 6; 4914.) 

Certificate of governor and secretary showing 
result of election of Nov. 6, 1906, on question 
of joint statehood with New -Mexico. Dec. 5, 
1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 140, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 48; 5151.) 

Defective safety appliances, in district court of 
2d judicial district of Arizona, United States v. 
El Paso and Southwestern Railroad Company 
[opinion of court, Jan. 30, 1907]. [1907.] 4 p. 
( Interstate Commerce Commission . ) 

Memorial from delegates from Arizona in opposi- 
tion to joint statehood with New Mexico, also 
reasons therefor; presented by Mr. Patterson. 
Feb. 12, 1906. 19 p. (S. doc. 216, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 5; 4013.) 

Report of governor, 1965. 1906. 91 p. map. 



Arizona — Continued. 

Same. (In Interior Dept. Reports, 1905, 
governors of Territories, etc. 1905 [1906]. 
p. 127-215, map.) 

Same, 1906. 1906. 32 p. map. 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 41-70, map.) 

Beveridge, A. J. Conference report on H. 
12707 [to enable Oklahoma and Indian Terri- 
tory and New Mexico and Arizona to be ad- 
mitted into the Union]. June 12, 1906. 11 p. 
(S. doc. 487, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 8; 
4916.) 

Report from Committee on Territories, 

amending H. 12707, to enable Oklahoma and 
Indian Territory and New Mexico and Arizona 
to be admitted into the Union. Jan. 29, 1906. 
3 p. (8. rp. 427, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
1; 4904.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 267. 

Census Bureau. Census of manufactures, 1905, 
Arizona, Indian Territory, New Mexico, and 
Oklahoma. 1906. 35 p. 4° (Bulletin 30.) 

Congress. Act {S. 8451] ratifying chapter 58 
of 23d Legislative Assembly of Arizona pro- 
viding for repair of bridge [across Gila River] 
at Florence. Approved Mar. 1, 1907. (In 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1054.) 

Dale, T. N. [Slate deposits of JArizona. (In 
Coons, A. T. Stone industry, 1904. 1905. 
p. 45, 46.) 

Same, with omission, and with slight alter- 

ations. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 275. 
1906. p. 51.) 

Dalzell, John. Report from Committee on 
Rules, submitting H. R. 192, fixing time for 
consideration of H. 12707, to enable Oklahoma 
and Indian Territory and New Mexico and 
Arizona to be admitted into the Union, as sub- 
s«bte for H. R. 181. Jan. 24, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 544, 50th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 

Report from Committee on Rules, submit- 
ting H. R. 372, that House nonconcur in Sen- 
ate amendments to H. 12707, to enable Okla- 
homa and Indian Territory and New Mexico 
and Arizona to be admitted into the Union, 
and ask for conference, as substitute for H. R. 
369. Mar. 22, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 2473, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 

Dillingham, W. P. Conference report on H. 
12707, [to enable Oklahoma and Indian Terri- 
tory and New Mexico and Arizona to be ad- 
mitted into the Union]. June 5, 1906. 12 p. 
(S. doc. 478, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 8; 
4916.) 

Eldridge, M. O. Public roads of Arizona, 
mileage and expenditures in 1904. [Apr. 5, 
1906.] 2 p. (Public Roads Office. Cir- 
cular 40.) 

Flint, F. P. Report from Committee on Public 
Lands, amending by substitute S. 8743, to 
confirm right of way of rathwads now con- 
structed and in operation in Oklahoma and 
Arizona. Mar. 1, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 1417, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1: 4904.) Stat. L. 
v. 84, pt. 1, p. 481. 

Fjench, B.L. Report from Committee on Pub- 
lic LandB, favoring 8. 3743, to confirm right of 
way of railroads now constructed and in oper- 
ation in Oklahoma and Arizona. June 5, 
1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 4777, 69th Ceng. 1st sess. 
In v. 3; 4908.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 481. 



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Arizona— Continued. 

Geological Sukvst. [Index pap to] topo- 
graphic maps of Utah and Arizona. July 1, 
1905. 19.8 X 9.3 in. folded 4° 

Same. Feb. 1, 1906. 

Same. [Apr. 1, 1907.] 

Hamilton, E. L. Conference report on H. 
12707, to enable Oklahoma and Indian Territory 
and New Mexico and Arizona to be admitted 
into the Union. June 2, 1906. 15 p. (H. 
rp. 4660, 59th Cone. 1st Bees. In v. 3; 4908.) 
[Same as Senate document 478, with State- 
ment of managers on part of House.] Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 267. 

Conference report on H. 12707, to enable 

Oklahoma and Indian Territory and New 
Mexico and Arizona to be admitted into the 
Union. June 13, 1906. 14 p. (H..rp. 4925, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 3; 4908.) [Same as 
Senate document 487, with Statement of man- 
agers on part of House.] Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 267. 

— r— Report from Committee on Territories, favor- 
ing H. 12707, to enable Oklahoma and Indian 
Territory and New Mexico and Arizona to be 
admitted into the Union; with views of mi- 
nority. Jan. 23, 1906. 28 p. (H. rp. 496, 
59th Cong. 1st sen. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 267. 

Hbiees, V. C. [Production of gold and silver in] 
Arizona [calendar year 1904]. (In Lindgren, 
Waldemar, and others. Production of gold 
and silver, 1904. 1905. p. 24-41.) 

Same, with omissions. (In Geological Sur- 
vey. Mineral resources, 1904. 1905. p. 
157-164.) 

Same [1905]. (In Lindgren, Waldemar, 

and others. Production of gold and silver, 
1905. 1906. p. 22-50.) 
Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 



resources, 1905. 1906 
Hill, L. C. Operations 
ice] in Arizona [1905 



1907]. p. 134-162.) 
of Reclamation Serv- 
. 1906. (In H. doc. 



86, p. 64-82, 4 pi., 59th Cong. 1st sees., in v. 
53; 4993.) [For 1906 report see, below, Recla- 
mation Service.] 
Lindgren, Waldemar. Copper deposits of 
Clifton-Morenci district, Ariz, [with bibliog- 
raphy]. 1905 [1906]. 375 + v p. 19 il. 20 pi. 
5 maps, 1 in pocket, 4" (Geological Survey. 
Professional paper 43.) 

Same. (H. doc. 199, 59th Cong. 1st sesB. 

In v. 65; 5005.) 

Mist Bureau. Arizona [production of pre- 
cious metals, calendar year 1904]; by Charles 
C. Randolph. (In Mint Bureau. Report 
upon production of precious metals, 1904. 
1905. p. 82-96.) 

Same [1905]. (In same, 1905. 1906 [1907]. 

p. 51-59.) 

New Mexico. Certificate from governor and 
secretary showing result of election on Nov. 
6, 1906, on subject of joint statehood with 
Arizona. Dec. 6, 1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 194, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 48; 6161.) 

Reclamation Service. [Operations in] Arizona 
[1906]. (In Reclamation Service. 5th re- 
port, 1906. 1907. p. 85-93, 8 pi. 3 map*.) 
[For 1905 report see, above, Hill, 1. C] 



Arizona — Continued. 

Reclamation Service. [Operations in] Cali- 
fornia-Arizona. (In Reclamation Service. 
5th report, 1906. 1907. p. 100-105, 9 pi. map.) 

Salt River project, Salt River Valley, Ariz., 

topographic and irrigation map, surveyed in 
1903-4, sheets 3 and 4; maps 8667, 8915. Scale 
1:31,680, contour intervals 5, 10, and 50 ft. 
Feb. 1907. 33.9 X 48.2 and 33.9 X 25 in. 

Smith, M. A. Report from Committee on Terri- 
tories, favoring H. 24648, ratifying act of 
Arizona legislature providing for court-house 
at St. Johns. Jan. 23, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
6598, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 6064.) 

Report from Committee on Territories, 

amending H. 8969, ratifying chapter 58 of 23d 
Legislative Assembly of Arizona providing for 
repair of bridge [across Gila River] at Florence. 
Jan. 23, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 6599, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. Inv. 1; 6064.) 

Report from Committee on Territories, 

favoring H. 15518, ratifying chapters 57 and 61 
of 23d Arizona Legislative Assembly providing 
for issuance of bonds by Mohave County to 
erect court-house and jail. Jan. 23, 1907. lp. 
(H. rp. 6600, 59th Cong. 2d sess. Inv. 1; 5064.) 

Thorpe, F. N. Arizona. (In Congress. Fed- 
eral and State constitutions [etc.]. 1909. v. 
1, p. 255-260.) 
See also Baboquivari forest reserve — Black Mesa 
forest reserve — Casa Grande— Chlricahua for- 
est reserve — Dragoon national forest — Geolog- 
ical Survey, Topographic sheets— Grand Canon 
forest reserve — Huachuca forest reserve — 
Judges — Mammals— Montezuma Castle na- 
tional monument— Mount Graham forest re- 
serve—Ostriches — Petrified Forest national 
monument— Petrified Forests of Arizona— 
Pinal Mountains forest reserve — San Francises 
Mountains forest reserve— Santa Rita national 
forest— Tonto forest reserve— Tumaeacorl for- 
est reserve— Yuma Reservation. 

Arizona customs district. See Nogales, Ariz. 

Arkansas. 

Berry, J. H. Report from Committee on Com- 
merce, amending S. 410, to authorize Rock 
Island, Arkansas and Louisiana Railroad Com- 
pany to construct bridge [bridges] across 
Ouachita and other rivers in Arkansas. Dec. 
12, 1905. 1 p. (S. rp. 3, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 1; 4904.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1. 

Census Bureau. Census of manufactures, 
1905, Missouri and Arkansas. 1906. 47 p. 4° 
(Bulletin 35.) 

Collier, A. J. Arkansas coal field. (In Geo- 
logical Survey. Bulletin 316. 1907. p. 137- 
160, map.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions of coal fields of Illinois and Arkansas, 
[calendar year] 1906.) 

Crider, A. F. Drainage of wet lands in Ar- 
kansas by wells. (In Geological Survey. 
Water-supply and irrigation paper 160. 1906. 
p. 54-58, 1 il.) 

Davet, R. C. Report from Committee on Inter- 
state and Foreign Commerce, amending H. 
3061, to authorize Rock Island, Arkansas and 
Louisiana Railroad Company to construct 
bridge [bridges] across Ouacnita and other 
rivers in Arkansas. Dec. 13, 1905. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. 1; 4906.) 



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Arkansas— Continued. 
Eckel, E. C. Arkansas [slate deposits]. (In 

Geological Survey. Bulletin 275. 1906. p. 

51-53, map.) 
Eldeidge, M. O. Public roads of Arkansas, 

mileage and expenditures in 1904. [Apr. 2, 

1906.] 3 p. (Public Roads Office. Circular 

41.) 

Fitch, G. D. Annual report upon improvement 
of Arkansas River and rivers in Arkansas and 
Missouri, 1905. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 

1905. 1906. pt. 1, p. 412-423; pt. 2, p. 
1563-81.) 

Same, separate. 

Same, 1906. (In same, 1906. 1906. pt. 1, 

p. 447-460, 1383-98.) 
Same, separate. 

Geological Survey. [Index map to] topo- 
graphic maps of Missouri and Arkansas. July 
1, 1905. 15.7 X 10.2 in. folded 4° 

■ Same. Mar. 1, 1906. 

Hoffman, G. M. Annual report upon improve- 
ment of Red River below Fulton, Ark., and of 
rivers and waterways in Louisiana, Arkansas, 
and Mississippi tributary to Mississippi River, 

1906. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 1906. 
1906. pt. 1, p. 434-446, 1359-81.) 

Same, separate. 

— Annual report upon improvement of rivers 
■ and waterways in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, 

Indian Territory, and Mississippi tributary to 

Mississippi River, 1905. (In Engineer Dept. 

Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 399-412; pt. 2, 

p. 1519-61.) 
Same, separate. 

Aacey, J. F., and McCarthy, J. J. Views of 
minority of Committee on Public Lands, ad- 

, verse to S. 5979, to grant 36th section of public 
lands in each township to Arkansas for school 
purposes. May 2, 1906. (In H. rp. 3707, p. 7, 
8, 59th Cong. 1st sess., in v. 2; 4907.) 

Purdue, A. H. Developed phosphate deposits 
of northern Arkansas [with bibliography]. (In 
Geological Survey. Bulletin 315. 1907. p. 
463-473.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to phosphates and phosphorus, 
[calendar year] 1906.) 

Robinson, J. T. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, amending H. 5979, to grant 36th 
section of public lands in each township to 
Arkansas for school purposes; with views of 
minority. May 2, 1906. 8 p. (H. rp. 3707, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4907.) 

Thorpe, F. N. Arkansas. (In Congress. Fed- 
eral and State constitutions [etc.]. 1909. v. 
1, p. 261-375.) 

Veatch, A. C. Geology and underground water 
resources of northern Louisiana and southern 
Arkansas [with partial bibliography). 1906. 

• 422 + iv p. 33 il. 33 pi. 15 maps, 5 in pocket, 
1 tab. 4" (Geological Survey. Professional 
paper 46.) 

Same. (H. doc. 488, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 

In v. 67; «0O7.) 

See also Agriculture— Goal— Courts of United : 
States— Geological Survey, Topographic chaets I 
—Sice. i 



Arkansas and Choctaw Railway. See St. 
Louis, San Francisco and New Orleans Bail- 
road. 

Arkansas Hot Springs Reservation. See Hot 
Springs, Ark. — Hot Springs Reservation. 

Arkansas, Louisiana and Gulf Railway. 

Davey, R. C. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, amending 
H. 22338, to [authorize company to] bridge 
Bayou Bartholomew [near Bastrop] La. Jan. 
8, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 6053, 59th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. 1; 8084.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 1003. 
Arkansas River. 
Adamson, W. C. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, amending 
by substitute S. 2106, to authorize construc- 
tion of bridge across river at or near Van Buren, 
Ark.Jby Fort Smith and Van Buren Bridge 
and Traction Company]. Feb. 9, 1906. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 1121, 69th Cong. 1st sesa In v. 1; 
4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 21. 
Bartlett, C. L. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 
13308, to authorize construction of bridge 
across river at Pine Bluff [by Jefferson County, 
Ark.]. Feb. 9, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 1118, 59th 
Cong. 1st seas. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 1, p. 50. 

Elkins, S. B. Report from Committee on Com- 
merce, favoring S. 2106, to authorize construc- 
tion of bridge across river at or near Van Buren, 
Ark.Jby Fort Smith and Van Buren Bridge 
and Traction Company]. Jan. 4, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 28, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4*04.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 21. 

Fttch, G. D. Annual report upon improvement 
of Arkansas River and rivers in Arkansas and 
Missouri, 1905. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 

• 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 412-423; pt. 2, p. 1563- 
81.) 

Same, separate. 

— — Same, 1906. (In same, 1906. 1906. pt. 1, 

p. 447-460, 1383-98.) 
Same, separate. 

Hinderlider, M. C, Giles, J. M., and Hoyt, 
J. C. Report of progress of stream measure- 
ments for calendar year 1905: pt. 9, Meramec, 
Arkansas, Red, and lower western Mississippi 
river drainages. 1906. iv + 105 + ii P. 2 il. 
map. (Geological Survey. Water-supply and 
irrigation paper 173.) 

Same. (H. doc. 767, 59tft Cong. 

1st sess. In v. 82; 8022.) 
Arkansas State Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion. 

Soil survey of Fayettevillearea, Ark.; by Henry 
J. Wilder, and C. F. Shaw. Oct. 2,. 190T. 45 
p. 1 il. map. [Prepared by the U. S. Soils 
Bureau in cooperation with the Arkansas State 
Agricultural Experiment Station.^ 

Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field operations, 
1906. 19081-00]. p. 587-627, I ft. map in 
atlas.) 

Soil survey of Prairie County, ArJfc.; by W. T. 
Carter, jr., F. N. Meeker, H. C. Smith, and E. 
L. Worthen. Sept. 30, 1907. 36 p. 1 il. map. 
[Prepared by the U. S. Soils Bureau in coopera- 
. tion with the Arkansas State Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station.] 



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Arkansas State Agricultural EtaperinMnt 

tion — Continued . 
Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field operations, 

1906. 1908[-09]. p. 629-360, 1 il. map in 

atlas.) 
Arkansas Valley. 
Darton, N. H. Geology and undeeeroand 

waters of Arkansas Valley in eastern Colorado. 

1906. 90 + iv p. 2 il. 19 pi. 9 maps, 2 in 
pocket, 4" (Geological Survey. Professional 
paper 52.) 

Same. (H. doc. 919, 59th Cong. 1st seas. 

In v. 71; 6011.) 

Schlichter, C. S. Underflow in Arkansas VaV- 
ley in western Kansas. 1906. 90 + iii p. 24 
il. 9 pi. {Geological Survey.. Water-supply 
and irrigation paper 153.) 

Same. (H. doc. 551, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 

In v. 79; 6019.) 
Arlington, Va. 

Martin, T. S. Report from Committee on Dis- 
trict of Columbia, amending S. 1373, for me- 
morial bridge across Potomac River from 
Washington to Arlington estate. Dec. 16, 
1905. 1 p. (8. rp. 15, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In 
v. 1; 4904.) 

President op United States. Executive order 
[that veterans of Spanish-American War em- 

Sloyed in District of Columbia in Executive 
•epartments and independent Government 
establishments be excused from duty, Apr. 12, 

1907, to attend unveiling of Rough Riders' 
monument at Arlington}. Apr. 11, 1907. 
1 p. f e 

War Department. Letter recommending leg- 
islation to regulate compensation of superin- 
tendent of national cemetery at Arlington. 
Dec. 13, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 285, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 50; 616S.) 

Recommendation as to compensation of 

superintendent of national cemetery at Arling- 
ton. Feb. 26, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 561, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 48; 4988.) 

Armandt, Paul. Court op Claims. Findings 
in case of Edward A. Coughlin, heir of Ar- 
mandt. Feb. 21, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 234, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 5; 4918.) 

Armenia. Young, E.E. Armenia. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1906. no. 306, p. 111- 
113.) 

Armenians. State Department. Intervention 
fa behalf of Armenians. (In State Dept. 
Foreign relations, 1906. 1909. pt. 2, p. 
1417-19.) 

Armistead, John Q. H. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 3740, to increase 
pension of Armistead. Jan.' 7, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5787, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2322. 
Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 3740, to increase pension of 
Armistead. Jan. 25, 1907. lp. (S. rp. 5434, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In V. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2322. 

Armistead, Mary S. See, as heir, Blaad, Theo- 
doilok. 

Armor-plate. 
Armor. Plate and Armor Plant, Board on 
C08TOP. Report. Dec. 6, 1906. 43 p. 5 pi. 
(H. doc. 193, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 48; 
6161.) 



Armor-plate— Continued. 

F0S8, G. E. Report from Committee on Naval 
Affairs, favoring H. R. 528, calling for informa- 
tion relative to cost of armor-plate and armor 
plant. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 4778, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) 

Navy Department. Advertisement and cir- 
cular concerning armor for naval vessels. May 
21, 1906. 4 p. 
. - — - Response to request for information as to 
cost of armor plate and armor plant. June 14, 
1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 889, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 50; 4990.) 

Ordnance Bureau. Advertisement and circu- 
lar concerning armor for naval vessels. [Jan. 
25, 1907.] 4 p. 

Same. Apr. 22, 1907. 4 p. 

Circular and specifications of Navy Depart- 
ment concerning armor plate and appurte- 
nances for vessels of Navy. May 21, 1906. 
20 p. 12» 

Same. Apr. 22, 1907. 21 p. 12° 

Armor Plate and Armor Plant, Board on 
Cost of. 

Report. Dec. 6, 1906. 43 p. 5 pi. (H. doc. 
193, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 48; 6161.) 

Navy Department. Response to request for 
information as to cost of armor plate and armor 
plant. June 14, 1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 889, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 
Armories. See Arsenals — Springfield Armory. 
Armour & Co., and others. 

Justice Department. Argument of Attor- 
ney-General in United States v. Armour & Co. 
et al., before United States district court for 
northern district of Illinois, with statement of 
case, constitutional provision and statutes 
under discussion, and opinion and ruling of 
Judge Humphrey [rendered Mar. 21, 1906]. 

1906. 86 p. 

President op United States. Message 

transmitting letter of Attorney-General, state- 
ment of proceedings against beef packers [Ar- 
mour & Co. etal.], and commenting upon deci- 
sion of Judge Humphrey. Apr. 18, 1906. 8 p. 
(H. doc. 706, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 49; 4989.) 
Arms, Mrs. Alice A. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 2077, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Arms. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 2624, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. t. 34, pt. 2, p. 1829. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 2077, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Arms. Mar. 12, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 1659, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1829. 
Arms. See Hilltia — Ordnance — Small aims. 
Armsby, Henry Prentiss. 

Investigations in animal nutrition. (In Animal 
Industry Bureau. 23d report, 1906. Feb. 28, 
1908. p. 263-285, 2 il. 3 pi.) 

Same, separate. 1908. iii + 263-285 p. 2 il. 3 pi. 

Memorial to George W. Atherton. (In Experi- 
ment Stations Office. Bulletin 184. Apr. 18, 

1907. p. 31-36.) 

Same, separate. 1907. (Experiment Stations 

Office. [Publication] 989.) 
Problems of animal nutrition. (In Experiment 

Stations Office. Bulletin 184. 1907. p. 120- 

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Armsby, Henry Prentiss— Continued. 

Same. (In Experiment station record. 1907. 
v. 18, no. 6, p. 508-621.) 

Same, separate. [1907.] p 608-621. (Experi- 
ment Stations Office. [Publication] 978.) 

and Fries, J. A. Energy values of red clover 
bay and maize meal, investigations with 
respiration calorimeter, in cooperation with 
Pennsylvania State College Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station. 1906. 64 p. 2 il. 1 pi. 
(Animal Industry Bureau. Bulletin 74.) 
Armstrong, Andrew J. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 22166, to in- 
crease pension of Armstrong. Jan. 7, 1907. 

2 p. (H. rp. 5695, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
B.) Stat. t. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2532. 

Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22165, to increase pen- 
sion of Armstrong. Feb. 1, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 5945, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2532. 
Armstrong, George A. Scott, N. B. Report 
from Committee on Military Affairs, favoring 
S. 7921, for relief of Armstrong. Feb. 22, 1907. 

3 p. (S. rp. 7268, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
D.) 

Armstrong, Hiram F. 

Epwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 

Invalid Pensions, amending H. 604, to increase 

pension of Armstrong. Jan. 9, 1906. 2 p. 

(H. rp. 142, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 

Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1430. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 

Pensions, favoring H. 604, to increase pension 

of Armstrong. Jan. 22, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 

356, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 

v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1430. 
Armstrong, James A. See Vaughan, William 

B., and others. 
Armstrong, John. 
Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 

Invalid Pensions, amending by substitute H. 

486, to increasepension of Armstrong. Jan. 9, 

1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 137, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 

In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1429. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 486, to increase pension of 
Armstrong. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 311, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1429. 
Armstrong, John. See Bowler, Thomas, and 
others. 

Armstrong, Joseph D. Shoot, Reed. Report 
from Committee on Pensions, amending S. 
5806, to increase pension of Armstrong. Apr. 
30, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3114, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. E.) 

Armstrong, Thomas. 

Holliday, E. 8. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 14801, to in- 
crease pension of Armstrong. Apr. 18, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 3309, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
F.) Stat. L. r. 34, pt. 2, p. 2001. 

McCumber, P. J. Report 'from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 14801, to increase pen- 
sion of Armstrong. May 7, 1908. 1 p. (8. 
. 3356, 59th Cong, let sees. In v. F.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2001. 



Armstrong, William P. Pkestdekt o» Units. » 

States. Executive order [authorizing trans- 
fer of Armstrong from position as law clerk in 
Isthmian Canal Commission to any com- 
petitive position at salary not exceeding 
$2,500 per annum]. Mar. 26, 1907. 1 p. f* 

Armstrong County, Pa. Wanoer, I. P. Re- 
port from Committee on Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce, amending H. 26627, to authorize 
county of Armstrongto construct bridge across 
Allegheny River. Feb. 16, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7639, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 6086.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1234. 

Army. 

Adjutant-General's Department. Recruit- 
ing for line of Army, Feb. 1907-June, 1907. 
IMar. 27, 1907-July 16, 1907.] 12° [Monthly. 
For earlier numbers, see Military Secretary's 
Department.] 

Stations of Army, Mar. 30-June 29, 1907. 

Each [2] p. oblong large 8° [Monthly. For 
earlier issues, see Military Secretary's Depart* 
ment.] 

Dalzbll, John. Report from Committee on 
Rules, submitting H. R. 740, to consider as 
amendment to H. 23551, making appropria- 
tion for Army, 1908, provision that when office 
of lieutenant-general shall become vacant it 
shall cease and determine, but that retired list 
shall not be affected thereby, as substitute for 
H.R.738. Jan. 10, 1907. lp. (H. rp. 6193, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 

Hull, J. A. T. Conference report on H. 14397, 
making appropriation for Army, 1907. June 
2, 1906. 5 p. (H. rp. 4644, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 3; 4908.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 
240. 

Conference report on H. 23651, making ap- 
propriation for Army, 1908. Feb. 26, 1907. 
6 p. (H. rp. 8107, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
2; 6066.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1158. 

Report from Committee on Military Affairs, 

submitting H. 14397, making appropriation 
for Army, 1907. Feb. 8, 1906. 7 p. (H. rp* 
1106, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 240. 

Report from Committee on Military Affairs, 

submitting H. 23561, making appropriatiea 
for Army, 1908. Jan. 7, 1907. 4 p. (H. rp. 
5881, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 6064.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1168. 

Insular Affairs Bureau. Acts of Congress, 
treaties, proclamations [Mar. 4, 1903-Majr. 3, 
1905] and decisions of Supreme Court [Jan. 1, 
1898-Dec. 3, 1906] relating to noncontiguous 
territory and Cuba and to military affairs. 
1907. xvii + 380 p. (S. doc. 204, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 4; 6071.) 

Law Library. Headings and subheadings for 
Index to Federal statutes, Army. [1906.] 
118 p. 4° 

Mbdical Department, Army. Report of sur- 
geon-general, 1905 [including study of health 
and sanitary conditions of Army for calendar 
year 1904]. 1905. 208 p. il. 

— Sane, with omissions. (In War Dept. Re- 
ports, 1905. 1905 [1906]. v. 2, p. 89-179, il.) 

Same, 1906 [including study of health M0«t 

sanitary conditions of Army for calendar year 
1905]. 1906. 179p.il. 



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Army— Continued. 
Medical Department, Army. Same, with 
omissions. (In same, 1906. 1906 [19071. v. 2, 
p. 81-143.) 

Supplement to Annual report of surgeon- 
general, 1905; international military-medical 
statistics for [calendar] year 1904. 1905. 
12 p. 4« 

Same. (In Medical Dept. Report of sur- 
geon-general, 1905. 1905. p. 200-208.) 

Same to Annual report of surgeon-general, 

1906; international military-medical statis- 
tics for [calendar] year 1905. 1906. 18 p. 4° 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1906. p. 170-179.) 

Military Affairs Committee, House. Army 
appropriation bill [1907, H. 14397] hearing, 
Jan. 23, 1906, statements of General Oliver and 
General Greely. 1906. 24 p. 

Hearing [Jan. 8-16, 1906], on army appro. 

priation bill, 1907 [H. 14397]. 1906. 116 p. 

Hearing [Dec. 11-18, 1906] on army appro- 
priation bill, 1907-8. 1907 [1906]. 141 p. 

Military Affairs Committee, Senate. Hear- 
ings [Mar. 16, 1906] on army appropriation 
bill, 1907 [H. 14897]. 1906 . 34 p. 

Hearings [before subcommittee, Jan. 30, 

31, 1907] on army appropriation bill, 1908 
[H. 23551]. [1907 J p. 1-29. 

Military Secretary's Department. Enlist- 
ments for line of Army, July, 1906-Apr. 1906. 
[Aug. 21, 1905-May 18, 1906.] Bach 11 p. 12° 
[Monthly. Title was changed, May, 1906, to 
Recruiting for line of Army, which see, below, 
for later numbers.] 

Military commands and posts, with post- 
offices, telegraph stations, and nearest r&ifroad 
stations or boat landings. [Sept . 1, 1905.] 6 p.. 

Recruiting for line of Army, May, 1906- 

Jan. 1907. [June 23, 1906-Feb. 28, 1907.] 
12° [Monthly; formerly Enlistments for line 
of Army, which see, above, for earlier num- 
bers. For later numbers, see Adjutant-Gen- 
eral's Department.] 

Stations of Army, July 31, 1905-Feb. 28, 

1907. Each [2] p. oblong large 8° [Monthly. 
For later issues, see Adjutant-General's De- 
partment.] 

Prince, G. W. Report from Committee on 
Military Affairs, amending by substitute H. 
15744, to abolish office of lieutenant-general of 
Army. Mar. 1, 1906. lp. (H. rp. 1825, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. In v. 1; 4906.) 

Quartermaster's Department. Additional 
estimates [to cover cost of concentrating Army 
in camps of instruction]. Mar. 6, 1906. 6 p. 
(S. doc. 253, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 5; 
4914.) 

Annual report of quartermaster-general, 

1905. 1905. 71 p. 

Same, without index. (In War Dept. Re- 
ports, 1905. 1905 [1906]. v. 2, p. 1-66.) 

Same, 1906. 1906. 56 p. 

Same, without index. (In same, 1906. 1906 

[1907]. v. 2, p. 7-57.) 

Estimate of deficiency appropriations for 

War Department. Jan. 9, 1907. 8 p. (H. 
doc. 443, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 51; 6164.) 



Army—Continued. 
Statistics Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept. 
Regular Army and militia, 1902-05. (In Sta- 
tistics Bureau. Statistical abstract, 1905. 1906. 
p. 617.) 

Same, 1903-06. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 

647.) 

Subsistence Department. Deficiency esti- 
mate for subsistence of Army. Apr. 23, 1906. 
3 p. (H. doc. 716, 59th Cong. 1st sew. In v. 
49; 4989.) 

[Reduction in deficiency] estimate for sub- 
sistence of Army. May 28, 1906. 4 p. (H. 
doc. 857, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 50; 
4990.) 

War Department. Additional estimates of ap- 
propriation for Army, 1908. Jan. 31, 1907. 
13 p. (S. doc. 261, 59th Cong. 2d sew. In v. 
5; 6072.) 

Annual report of Secretary, 1905. [1005.] 

109 p. 

Same, with appendixes. [1905.] iv -f 

355 p. 

Same, with appendixes and map. (In War 

Dept. Reports, LW5. 1005 [1906]. v. 1. p. 
. l-3o5, m»p.) 

Same, without appendixes and with selec- 
tions from reports of chiefs of bureaus, etc. 
(Ia Abridgment, 1905. 1006. pt. 1, p. 337- 
1013.) 

•— Same, NOG. fieo6.] iv + 640 p. 2il. 

Same. (In War Dept. Reports, 1906. 

1906 [1907]. v. 1, p. 5-543, 2 il.) 

Same, without appendixes and with selec- 
tions from reports of chiefs of bureaus, etc. 
(In Abridgment, 1906. 1907. v. 1, p. 329- 
967.) 

. damps of instruction, 1906, reports of 

officers of Army. 1907. 269 p. 1 il. 

Circular 38-67 [1905], 1-69 [1906], 1-46 

[1007]; July IS, 1905-June 30, 1907. 12" [De- 
cisions, rulings, etc., in regard to minor de- 
tails] 

Estimate of deficiency appropriation for 

military service [1903-061. Dec. 13, 1905 . 5 
p. (H. doc. 168, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
45; 4988.) 

General orders 107-211 [1905], 1-207 [1906], 

1-142 [1907]; July 1, 1905-June 28, 1907. 
Various paging, il. 1 pi. map, 2 p. of tab. 
12° 

General orders and circulars, 1905 [title- 
age and index]. 1906. 84 p. 12° (War 
ept. doc. 262.) 

Same, 1906. 1907. 93 p. 12° 

Memorandum [of reports suggesting legisla- 
tive action to increase efficiency of Army, with 
proposed drafts of bills, Nov. 24, 19051. (In 
War Dept. Report of Secretary, 1905. [1905.] 
p. 353-355.) 

Same. (In War Dept. Reports, 1905. 1905 

[1906]. v. 1.) 
Regulations for Army, 1904, with amend- 
ments to Dec. 31, 1905. 1905. 317 p. I rt. 
(War Dept. doc. 230.) 

Same, issued separately, Amendments. 

[1906.] p. 303-317. 



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Army— Continued. 

War Department. Special orders 152-303 
[19051. 1-307 [1906], 1-152 [1907]; July 1, 1905- 
June29, 1907. 12° [Daily except Sundays and 
holidays; 2 orders issued Feb. 1, 1906. Give 
notice of resignations, transfers, discharges, 
leaves of absence, changes at stations, details 
of officers, relief, etc.] 

Same, 1905 [title-page and index]. [1906.] 

286 p. 12" (War Dept. doc. 263.) 

Same, 1906. [1907.] 317 p. 12° 

Warren, F. E. Report from Committee on 
Military Affairs, amending H. 14397, making 
appropriation for Army, 1907. Apr. 17, 1906. 
6 p. (S. rp. 2720, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 2; 
4805.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 240. 

Report from Committee on Military Affairs, 

amending H. 23551, making appropriation for 
Army, 1908. Feb. 5, 1907 . 7 p. (S.rp.6188, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 1; 6060.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1158. 

See also Army and Navy General Hospital, Hot 
Springs— Army Hectical School — Artillery — 
Artillery Office — Artillery School, Fort Mon- 
roe — Atlantic Division— Bayonets — California, 
Department of— Cavalry— Cavalry and Field 
Artillery School of Application — Colorado, De- 
partment of the — Columbia, Department of 
the — Cooking — Cooks — Dakota, Department 
of— Discharge— Bast, Department of the— En- 
gineer Department — Enlistment — Germany — 
Great Britain — Golf, Department of the — 
Horses — Hospitals — Infantry — Infantry and 
Cavalry Sohool, Fort Leavenworth — Inspec- 
tor-General's Department — Interior Depart- 
ment, Register— Lakes, Department of the — 
Luzon, Department of — Medals — Medical De- 
partment — Military Academy — Military art — 
Military departments— Military law— Military 
posts — Mindanao, Department of — Missouri, 
Department of the— Netherlands— Northern 
Division — Nurse Corps — Nurses — Officers, 
Army — Officers, Volunteers — Ordnance De- 
partment—Pacific Division — Pay, Army — Pay 
Department — Philippine scouts — Philippines 
Division — Porto Bico Provisional Begiment of 
Infantry — Post exchanges — Betired list, 
Army — Be tiring and examining boards, Army — 
Bifles — Bussia — Signal Office — South- 
western Division — Staff Corps, General — Sub- 
marine Defense School, Fort Totten— Tele- 
phone operators— Texas, Department of— Toi- 
let paper — Transportation, Army — Veteri- 
narians— Vlsayas, Department of— Volunteers. 
Army and Navy Oeneral Hospital, Hot Springs. 

President or United- States. Executive order 
[amending Executive order of Jan. 19, 1907, 
concerning rations of enlisted men of Army, 
Navy, and Marine Corps under treatment or on 
duty at Army and Navy General Hospital, Hot 
Springs, Ark.]. Mar. 1, 1907. 1 p. f° 

-— — Executive order [concerning rations of en- 
listed men of Army, Navy, and Marine Corps 
under treatment or on duty at Army and Navy 
General Hospital, Hot Springs, Ark.]. Jan. 
19, 1907. 1 p. f° 
Army and Navy Union of United States. 
Parker, R. W. Report from Committee on 
Military Affairs, amending H. J. R. 31, author- 
ising wearing of badge adopted by Army and 
Navy Union [of United States] upon all occa- 
sions of ceremony. June 19, 1906. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 4966, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 3; 
4908.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1423. 



Army Building. See New York City. 

Army depots. See Mason, Fort. 

Army Oeneral Hospital, District of Columbia. 
See Beed, Walter, Army General Hospital. 

Army Oeneral Hospital, Fort Bayard. War 
Department. Letter recommending legisla- 
tion to establish system of discipline for gen- 
eral hospital at Fort Bayard, N. Mex. Jan. 18, 
1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 386, 59th Cong. 1st seas. 
In v. 47; 4987.) 

Army Oeneral Hospital, San Francisco. 
Quartermaster's Department. Estimate of 
appropriation for post exchange, general hos- 
pital, Presidio, San Francisco. Jan. 28, 1906. 
2 p. (H. doc. 415, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
47; 4987.) 

Estimate of appropriation for reconstruc- 
tion and repair of general hospital at Presidio, 
San Francisco, Cal. Dec. 14, 1906, 3 p. 
(H. doc.. 297, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 50; 
S1S8.) 

Army list and directory. See Adjutant-Gen- 
eral's Department— Military Secretary's De- 
partment. 

Army Medical School. Report of president, 9th 

session, Oct. 1, 1904-Apr. 11, 1905. 1905. 7 p. 

[Previous reports not published separately.] 
Same. (In War Dept. Reports, 1905. 1905 

[1906]. v. 4, p. 119-125.) 
Same, 10th session, Oct. 1, 1905-May 31, 1906. 

1906. 8 p. 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1908 [19071. v. 4, p. 
293-300.) 

Army Nurse Corps. See Nurse Corps, Army. 

Army register, Official. See Military Secretary's 
Department. 

Army supplies. 
Commerce and Labor Department. Export 
of arms, etc., to Santo Domingo [prohibited, 
proclamation of President]. Oct. 18, 1905. 
1 p. 4° (Dept. circular 97; Bureau of Navi- 
gation.) 

Ordnance Department. Price list of ordnance 
stores comprising equipments for soldier, 
horse equipments, and officers' equipments, 
and their spare parts. 1905. 19 p. 

Price list of ordnance stores comprising 

miscellaneous articles for troop, battery, and 
company organizations', including cleaning 
and preserving supplies. 1906. 38 p. 

Price list of principal articles for sale to 

officers of Army. 1905. 7 p. 

President of United States. Export of arms, 
etc., to Santo Domingo [prohibited], procla- 
mation. Oct. 14, 1905. 1 p. f 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3183.) 

Quartermaster's Department. Estimate of 
deficiency in appropriation for regular sup- 
plies, 1906. Jan. 30, 1906. 3 p. (S. doc. 
175, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 4; 4912.) 

War Department. Draft of legislation as to 
funds [received for military stores] transferred 
by staff departments of Army to insular de- 
partment of Philippines. Jan. 25, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 424, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 47; 
4987.) 

Estimate of deficiency appropriation for 

' replacing military stores destroyed at San 

Francisco. Apr. 28, 1906. 7 p. (H. doc. 

734, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 



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Army supplies— Continued. 
War Department. Letter in respect to situa- 
tion as to army supplies at San Francisco. 
May 8, 1906. 15 p. (H. doc. 781, 69th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 

Letter recommending legislation relating to 

purchase of supplies [for Army]. Dec. 11, 
1905. 2 p. (R. doc. 93, 59th- Cong. 1st sess. 
Inv. 45; 4986.) 

Modifications of annual estimates for trans- 
portation of Army {and its supplies], and sub- 
marine mines. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 
187, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In, v. 48; 6161.) 

Orders [relating to purchase of. army sup- 
plies, Oct. 6, 1905]. (In War Dept. Report 
of Secretary, 1905. [1905.] p. 289, 290.) 

Same. (In War, Dept... Reports, 1905. 

1905 [1906], .v. l.y 

See also Engineers — Infantry— Militia . 

Army Transport Service. Quartermaster's 
Department. Response to inquiry relating 
to [service, especially] civilian passengers on 
transports. Jan. 26, 1906. 4 p. (H. doc. 433, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 47; 4987.) 

Army War College. Sewell, J. S. Annual re- 
port upon bufldinfffl, Army War College, and 
Engineer School, Washington, D. C, and [re- 

gwt on erection of] statue of Frederick the 
reat at Army War College, 1905. (In En- 
gineer Dept. Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 
748-750; pt. 3, p. 2825-35.) 

Same, separate. 

— - Same, with omission of report on erection of 
statue of Frederick the Great at Army War 
College, 1906. (In same, 1908. 1906. pt. 1, 
p. 828-830; pt. 2, p. 2259-71, map.) 

Same, separate. 

Arnell, Charles Jonathan. 

Changchun and Kirin. (In Commercial rela- 
tions, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 301-305.) 

Southeastern Manchuria. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 70-73.) 

See also, as acting librarian, Philippine Islands, 
Laboratories Bureau, Government. 
Arnett, Mrs. Eudocia. 

Macon, R. B. t Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 22964, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Arnett. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
7354, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D7) Stat. L. 
V. 34, pt. 2, p. 2764. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22964, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Arnett. Feb. 20, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6965, 59th Cong. 2d sess. Fn D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2764. 

Arnold, Mrs. Anna. - 
Chaney, J.. C. Report from, Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 8105, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Arnold. Feb. 19, 1907. lp. 
(H. rp. 7982, 69tto Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) 

• Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 2738. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 8105, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Arnold. Feb. 4, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
" : ftou 6*70, 59th Cong. 2d sess, la*: C). - Stat. 

L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2738. ■ i io - ... 



1907. 1 p. 
In v. D.) 



Arnold, Mrs. Catharine. 
Bradlet, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 15807, topen- 
sion Mrs. Arnold. Apr. 4, 1906. 2 p. (H.rp. 
2842, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2006. 
Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring fl. 15807, to pension Mrs. Ar- 
nold. Apr. 30, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3125, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2006. 
Arnold, Charles M. 
Brad let, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensious, favoring H. 10212, to in- 
crease pension of Arnold. Feb, 2, 1907. 
(H, rp. 7125, 59th Cong. 2d s 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2605. 
Buknhasi, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Tensions, favoring 13. 10212, to increase pen- 
sion of Arnold. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6765, 59th Cong. I'd Bess, In v, D.J Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2605. 
Arnold, Do mi nick. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 4989, to in- 
crease pension of Arnold. Feb. 19, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 1374, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1683. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 4989, to increase pension of 
Arnold. Mar. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1627, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1683. 
Arnold, Elisha T. 
Carmace, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 2109, to 
increase pension of Arnold. Feb. 11, 1907. 
1 p. (S. rp. 6534 , 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2671. 
Loudenslager, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 2109, to increase pen- 
sion of Arnold. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
7653, 59th Cong. 2d sesB. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2671. 
Arnold, Francis L. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 529, to increase pension 
of Arnold. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6135, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2457. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 529, to in- 
crease pension of Arnold. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 6337, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2457. 
Arnold, John H. 
Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 6044, to increase pension of 
Arnold. Jan. 21, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5166, 
69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2682. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 6044, to increase 
pension of Arnold. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
. rp. 7773, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 2682. 
Arnold, Julean Herbert. 
Buying school supplies [in China]. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Aug. 1906 no. 811, p. 62, 
' 63.) 



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Arnold, Julean Herbert — Continued. 
Development of Formosa. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 108, 109.) 
Formosa. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 1907 

[1908]. p. 336-339.) 
Formosa, tea industry. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. June, 1907. no. 321, p. 149, 150.) 
Sugar industry [in] Formosa. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 216-218.) 
Tea trade in China. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 168-170.) 
Arnold, Mrs. Louisa. 

- Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 4301, to increase pen- 

. eion of Mrs. Arnold. Mar. 12,1906. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 1658, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1849. 

Lindsay, G. H. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 4301, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Arnold. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 2621, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1849. 
Arnold, Mrs. Mary O. 

Bubkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7225, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Arnold. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2090, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1729. 

Caxderhead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, amending H. 7225, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Arnold. Mar. 6, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 1933, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1729. 
Arnold, Oscar R. 

McCvmokr, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 943, to increase pension 
of Arnold. Jan. 15, 1906. I p. (S. rp. 156, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. h. v. 34 
pt. 2, p. 1498. 

Wejssk, 0. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending S. 943, to increase 
pension of Arnold. Feb. 3, 1906. 1 p. <H. 
rp. 873, 59th Cong, let sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1498. 
Arnold, Ralph. 

Coal in Mount Diablo Range, Monterey County, 
Cal. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 285. 

1906. p. 223-225, 1 il.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to coal and lignite, [calendar year] 
1905.) 

Fossils of oil-bearing formations of southern Cali- 
fornia. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 309. 

1907. p. 219-256, il.) 

Geology and oil resources of Summerland dis- 
trict, Santa Barbara County, Cal. 1907. 
1-86 + 89-93 + vii p. 3 il. 15 pi. 2 maps. 
(Geological Survey. Bulletin 321.) 

Same. (H. doc. 828, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
61; 6164.) 

Los Angeles oil district, southern California. 
(In Geological Survey. Bulletin 309. 1907. 
p. 138-198, il. 5 pi. 2 maps.) 

New and characteristic species of fossil mollusks 
from oil-bearing tertiary formations of south- 
ern California. (In National Museum. Pro- 
ceedings. 1907. v. 32, p. 525-546, 14 pi. no. 
1545.) 

Same, separate. June 15, 1907. 



Arnold, Ralph— Continued. 
Physical and chemical properties of southern 
California oils. (In Geological Survey. Bul- 
letin 309. 1907. p. 203-218.) 

Salt Lake oil field near Los Angeles, Cal. (In 
Geological Survey. Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 
357-361, lil.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to petroleum and asphalt, [calendar 
year) 1905.) 

Tertiary and quaternary pectens of California 
[with bibliography]. 1906. 264 + iii p. il. 
map, 4" (Geological Survey. Professional 
paper 47.) 

Same. (H. doc. 489, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
67; 5007.) 

and Anderson, Robert. 

Diatomaceous deposits of northern Santa 

Barbara County, Osl. (In Geological Survey. 

Bulletin 315. 1907. p. 438-447!) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investi- 
gations relating to abrasive materials, [calendar 
year] 1906.) 

Preliminary report on Santa Maria oil dis- 
trict, Santa Barbara County,. Cal. 1807. 
69 + vii p. 1 il. 2 maps, 1 in pocket. (Geo- 
logical Survey. Bulletin 817.) 

Same. (H. doc. 824, 59th Cong. 2d sees. 

In v. 61; 5164.) 

Arnold, William. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 6722, to increase pension 
of Arnold. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 4769, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2435. 

Deembr, Eli as. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6722, to increase 
pension of Arnold, Jan. 30, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6997, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2435. 

Arnold, William. See McDonald, John H., and 
others. 

Arnold, William C. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring Hi 20064, to increase pen- 
sion of Arnold. Jan. 28, 1907. 1 p. (8. rt. 
5290, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2883. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 20064, to increase 



pension of Arnold. Dec. 7, 1906. 1 p. (H t 
rp. 5258, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2388. 

Arnott, Josiah B. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19175, to increase pen- 
sion of Arnott. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
6091, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2480. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 19175, to in- 
crease pension of Arnott. Jan. 21, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 6499, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2480. 

Arras, John W. See, as engineer, Allegheny 
Blver— Ohio Biver. 



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Arrington, L. L. Beall, Jack. Report from 
■ Committee on Claims, amending H. 5666, for 
relief of L. L. and L. S. Arrington. Apr. 16, 
1906. lip. (H. rp. 3275, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. 
In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2701. 

Arrington, L. S. Bball, Jack. Report from 
Committee on Claims, amending H. 5666, for 
relief of L. L. and L. S. Arrington. Apr. 16, 
1906. lip. (H.rp. 3275, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. 
In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2701. 

Arrowfield Church. See Chesterfield County, 
Va. 

Arsenals. 

Military Secretary's Department. Military 
commands and posts, with poet-offices, tele- 
graph stations, and nearest railroad stations or 
boat landings.. [Sept. 1, 1905.] 6 p. 

Ordnance Department. Statement of cost of 
guns and other articles manufactured [at 
Fiankford, Rock Island, Watertown, Water- 
vliet, and Benicia arsenals], 1905. Dec. 7, 
1906. 45 p. (H. doc. 82, 59th Cong. 1st sees. 
In v. 44; 4984.) 

Same, 1906. Dec. 10, 1906. 46 p. (H. 

doc. 206, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 49; 6152.) 

War Department. Recommendation [from 
Secretary and from chief of ordnance] for legis- 
lation as to compensation of ordnance officers 
in charge of national armories [and of clerks at 
Springfield Armory]. Jan. 8, 1907 . 2 p. 
(H. doc. 383, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In t. 51; 
SIM.) 

See also Augusta Arsenal—Bock Island Arse- 
nal—San Antonio Arsenal— Watertown Arse- 
nal. 

Arseniates. See Lead arsenate. 
Arsenic. 

Hovey, E. O. Production of arsenic, [calendar 
year] 1904. 1905. 8 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1904. 1905. p. 371-374.) 

Schnatterbeck, C. C. Production of arsenic, 
[calendar year] 1905. 1906. 5 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 1087-89.) 

See also Dips. 
Art education. Ives, H. C. Art education im- 
portant factor in industrial development. (In 
Education Bureau. Report, 1905. 1907. v. 
1, p. 155-183.) 

Same, separate. 

Artoaiaa wells. 

Fisher, C. A. Preliminary report on geology 
and underground waters of Roswell artesian 
area.N.Mex. 1906. 29 + v p. 5 pi. 4 maps. 
(Geological Survey. Water-supply and irriga- 
tion paper 158.) 

Same. (H. doc. 556, 59th Cong. 1st seas. 

In v. 80; 6080.) 

Fuller, M. L. Significance of term artesian. 
(In Geological Survey. Water-supply and ir- 
rigation paper 160. 1906. p. 9-15, 2 il.) 

Summary of controlling factors of artesian 

!Lows. 1908. 44 + vi p. 17 il. 7 pi. (Geo- 
ogical Survey. Bulletin 319.) 

Same. CEL. doc. «2», 59th Cong. 2d sess. 

In v. 61; 6M4.) 



Artesian wells— Continued. 
Geological Survey. Record of deep-well 
drilling for 1905 [with bibliographies]. 1906. 
299 + v p. (Bulletin 298.) 
Fuller, M. L. Progress la collection of well records and 

samples, 1906. 
Sanlord .Samuel. Well records. 

Same. (H. doc. 937, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 

In v. 78; 6018.) 

Levebett, Frank. Flowing-well districts in 
eastern part of northern peninsula of Michigan. 
(In Geological Survey. Water-supply and ir- 
rigation paper 160. 1906. p. 29-53, map.) 

and others. Flowing wells and municipal 

water supplies in middle and northern portions 
of southern peninsula of Michigan. 1907. 
xiv + 393 + iii p. 69 il. 1 pi. 4 maps. (Geo- 
logical Survey. Water-supply and irrigation 
paper 183.) 

Same. (H. doc. 68, 59th Cong. 2d 

sess. In v. 62; 6186.) 

Flowing wells and municipal water 

supplies in southern portion of southern penin- 
sula of Michigan. 1906. xi + 292 + in p. 44 
il. 2 pi. 3 maps. (Geological Survey. Water- 
supply and irrigation paper 182.) 

Same. (H. doc. 67, 59th Cong. 2d 

sess. In v. 62; 6186.) 

Washington, H. L. Well-drilling methods [in 
south Africa]. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. June, 1906. no. 309, p. 163-165.) 
Arthur, Charles W. 

Deemer, Euas. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 21848, to in- 
crease pension of Arthur. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5718, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 2520. 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 21848, to increase pen- 
sion of Arthur. Jan. 31, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5884, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 84, pt. 2, p. 2520. 

Arthur, Hamilton F. See Williams, B. W., and 
others. 

Arthur, William Hem pie. See, ae attending 
surgeon, Soldiers' Home, District of Columbia. 

Arthur K1U. 

Engineer Department. Report of examina- 
tion of Arthur Kill and Piles Creek, N. Y. and 
N.J. Mar. 7, 1906. 5 p. (H. doc. 591, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 48; 4988.) 

Liverhorb, W. L. Modification of harbor lines 
in Arthur Kill, 1905. (In Engineer Dept. 
Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 1056-64.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of rivers and harbors in northeastern 
New Jersey, 1905.) 

Articles of Association of 1774. See Continental 
Congress, 

Articles of Confederation. See Continental 
Congress. 

Artificial silk. See Silk, Artificial. 

Artillery. 

Hagood, Johnson. Hearing [before Committee 
on Military Affairs, House, Jan. 11, 1907] on 
artillery bill, H. 17347; [statement]. 1907. 
33 p. 



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Artillery — Continued. 

Hull, J . A . T. Report from Committee on Mili- 
tary Affairs, favoring H. 17347 to reorganize 
and to increase efficiency of artillery of Army 
[so as to separate Artillery Corps into Coast 
Artillery Corps and field artillery]. Jan. 18, 
1907 . 5 p. (H. rp. 6429, 59th Cong. 2d seas. 
In v. 1; 5064.) 

Latbiz, lieutenant-Colonel von. Advantages 
that machine gun assures to 3 arms [cavalry, 
infantry, and artillery); translated by Fred- 
erick L. Buck. (In Military Information Di- 
vision. [Publication] 7 [new series]. Apr. 1, 

1906. p. 107-119.) [From Internationale 
revue, supplement 73, Apr. 1905.] 

Murray, Arthur. Statement [before Commit- 
tee on Military Affaire, House, Jan. 5, 1907] in 
explanation of artillery bill H. 17437 [17347]. 

1907. 19 p. + 1. 20, 21, 3 tab. 
Ordnance Department. Handbook of 3-inch 

field artillery material, with instructions for its 
care; also, supply tables of ordnance stores. 
Aug. 1, 1905. 147 p. il. 28 pi. 

Staff Corps, General. Drill regulations for 
coast artillery, provisional. 1906. 182 p. il. 
small 4° (War Dept. doc. 267.) 

Drill regulations for field artillery, pro- 
visional. 1905. 134p.il. small 4" (War Dept. 
doc. 254.) 

Same, Additions. 1906. 31 p. small 4° 

(WarDept.doc. 254.) 

Same, Additions to pt. 7, ceremonies. 

1907. 35 p. small 4- (War Dept. doc. 254.) 

Taft, W. H. Hearing [before Committee on 
Military Affairs, House, Jan. 8, 1907] on artil- 
lery bill, H. 17347; [statement]. 1907. 25 p. 

Warren, F. £. Report from Committee on 
Military Affaire, amending S. 3923, to reorgan- 
ize and to increase efficiency of artillery of 
Army [so as to separate Artillery Corps into 
Coast Artillery Corps and field artillery]. 
June 14, 1906. 5 p. (S. rp. 4298, 59th Cong, 
lstsess. In v. 2; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 861. 

See also Azimuth Instruments — Field Artillery, 
14th Battery — Fire-control apparatus — Firing — 
Ordnance — Position-finders — Bange-ftnding. 
Artillery Corps. 

Notf. — The Artillery Corns wax reorcnniicd by the act 
of Jan . 2A, 1907. Hereafter I here are to he two branches of 
the artillery. (□•Const Arllllery Corps and the field artll- 
lerv, Tbechlerof artillery wlllcontinue to exercise super- 
vision over both arms until Jnlv I . 1W8, nod thereafter 
over the Coast Artillery Corps onlv. when the name of the 
Artillery Office, will be changed to Coast Artillery Office. 

Haooou, Johnson, Hearing [before Committee 
on Mili tar}' Allaire, House, Jan. 11, 1907] on 
artillery bill, H. 17347; [statement |, 1907. 

Harrison, Q. F. E. Change in organization of 
corps; statement [before Committee on Mili- 
tary Affairs, House, May 22, 1906]. [1906.] 8 p. 

Hull, J . A . T . Report from Commi ttee on Mili- 
tary Affairs, favoring H. 17347, to reorganize 
and to increase efficiency of artillery of Army 
[so as to separate Artillery Corps into Coast 
Artillery Corps and field artillery]. Jan. 18, 
1907. 5 p. (H. rp. 6429, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 1; (064.) 

Murray, Arthur. Statement [before Commit- 
tee on Military Affairs, House, Jan. 5, 1907] in 
explanation of artillery bill, H. 17437 [17347]. 
1907. 19 p. + 1. 20, 21, 3 tab. 



Artillery Corps — Continued. 
Taft, W. H. Hearing [before Committee 'on 
Military Affairs, House, Jan. 8, 1907] on artil- 
lery bill, H. 17347; [statement]. 1907. 25 p. 
Warren, F. E. Report from Committee on Mili- 
tary Affairs, amending S. 3923, to reorganize 
ana to increase efficiency of artillery of Army 
[so as to separate Artillery Corps into Coast 
Artillery Corps and field artillery]. June 14, 
1906. 5 p. (S. rp. 4298, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 2; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 1, p. 861. 
See also Artillery Office. 

Artillery memorandum 2, 3 [1905], 1-5 [1906], 
1T1907]; July 27, 1905-May 13, 1907. 12* 
(War Dept.) 

Artillery Office. 

Note. — The Artillery Corps was reorganized by the 
act of Jan. 25, 1907. Hereafter there are to be two 
branches of the artillery, the Coast Artillery Carps and 
the field artillery. The chief of artillery will continue 
to exercise supervision over both arms until July 1, 
1908, and thereafter over the Coast Artillery Corps only, 
when the name of the Artillery Office will be changed 
to Coast Artillery Oflioe. 

Abridged range table for 15-pdr. rapid-fire gun. 

[1906.] 1 p. narrow large 8° 
Abridged range table for 5-inch rapid-fire gun. 

[1906.] 1 p. narrow large 8° 
Annual report of chief of artillery, 1905. 1905. 

17 p. 

Same. (In War Dept. Reports, 1906. 1905 

[1906]. v. 2, p. 247-263.) 
Same, 1906. 1906. 33 p. 9 tab. 
Same, without tables F-K. (In same, 1906. 

1906 [1907]. v. 2, p. 201-233, 3 tab.) 
Range table for 6-inch R. F. gun, models of 1900 

and 1903 on rigid mount. Mar. 7, 1906. 1 p. f° 
Artillery posts. See Military posts. 
Artillery School, Fort Monroe. Annual report 

[of] commandant [year ending Aug. 31] 1905. 

Artillery School Press, Fort Monroe, Va. [1905] . 

45 p. 

Same. (In War Dept. Reports, - 1905. 1905 

[1906]. v. 4, p. 73-89.) 
Same [year ending Aug. 31] 1906. Artillery 

School Press, Fort Monroe, Va. [1908]. 38 p. 
Same. (In same, 1906. 1906 [19077. v. 4, p. 

245-268.) 

Artman, Samuel R. See, as judge, Courts of 
United States, Indiana. 

Arts, Fine. See Art education — Music — Pic- 
tures. 

Arts, Useful. See Art education — Teohaloal edA 
notion. 

Arzobispo Islands. See Bonis Islands. 

Asafi Bay. See Safi Bay. 

Asbestos. 

Pratt, J. H. Production of asbestos, [calendar 

year] 1904. 1905. 22 p. 
Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1904. 1905. p. 1125-42.) 
Smith, G. O. Production of asbestos, [calendar 

year] 1905. 1906. 7 p. 
Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 1155-59.) 
Ascidia. See Tonlca/eg. 

Asclepiadaceae. Schlbchter, R, New Phil- 
ippine asclepiadaceee; New Philippine Bur- 
mannia. (In Philippine journal of science, 
Sept. 1906. Manila, 1906. v. 1, sup. 4, p. 

295-305.) 



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Ash, John. See Williams, B. W., and others. 
Ash, lire. Neoline H. Scott, N. B. Report 

from Committee on Pensions, amending S. 

6175, to increase pension of Mrs. Ash. Mar. 2, 

1907 . 2 p. (S. rp. 7389, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 

In v. D.) 

Ash. Forest Skbtice. Forest planting leaflet: 
Green ash, fraxinue lanceolate. Apr. 29, 1907. 
4 p. (Circular 92.) 

Same: White ash, fraxinus Americana. 

Apr. 24, 1907. 4 p. (Circular 84.) 

Ashbridge, Richard. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings. Dec. 5, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 39, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 6069.) 

Ashburn, Percy Moreau, and Craig, C. P. 
Experimental investigations regarding eti- 
ology of dengue fever, with general considera- 
tion of the disease [with bibliography]. (In 
Philippine journal of science, May, 1907. 
Manila, 1907. v. 2, no. 2, [series] B, p. 93-151, 
14 pi. map.) 

Observations upon filaria Philippinensis 

and its development in mosquito. (In Philip- 
pine journal of science, Mar. 1907. Manila, 
1907. v. 2, no. 1, [series] B, p. 1-14, 7 pi.) 
Ashbury, Mrs. Clara I. Edwards, D. C. Re- 
port from Committee on Invalid Pensions, 
amending H. 9561, to pension Mrs. Ashbury. 
Feb. 12, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 1179, 69th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. B.) 
Ashby, Charles M. L. 

Curtis, Charles. Report from Committee on 
Indian Affairs, favoring S. 8540, to ratify lease 
[of Ashby] with Seneca Indians. Feb. 28, 
1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 7316, 69th Cong. 2d sees. 
In v. 2; Ml.) 

Knapp, C. L. Report from Committee on Indian 
Affairs, amending H. 24125, to ratify lease [of 
Ashbylwith Seneca Indians. Jan. 31, 1907. 
lp. (H.rp. 7103, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 1; 
5064.) 

Ashby, Mrs. Coila B. President op United 
States. Executive order [authorizing rein- 
statement of Mrs. Ashby as clerk in Interior 
Department]. Mar. 1, 1906. 1 p. f° 

Ashe, William Willard. See, as joint author, 
Parker, Horatio Newton. 

Ashelman, John B. 
Edwards, D. C Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3298, to increase 
pension of Ashelman. Apr. 10, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 3066, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1838. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 3298, to increase pen- 
sion of Ashelman. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 2012, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1838. 

Ashes. 

Hartwell, B. L., and Kellogg, J. W. Notes 
on use of acetic and oxalic acid for extracting 
charred material in preparing ash. (In Chem- 
istry Bureau. Bulletin 99. 1906. p. 144- 
146.) 

Woolsey, L. B. Volcanic ash near Durango, 
Colo, [with bibliography]. (In Geological 
Survey. Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 476-479.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to miscellaneous nonmetallic re- 
sources, [calendar year] 1905.) 

See also District of Columbia, Garbage, etc. 



Ashford, Jackson J. See Vanghan, WilUawM., 
and others. 

Ashford, Snowden. See, as inspector of build- 
ings, District of Columbia, Buildings. 

Ashland forest reserve. President or United 
States. Ashland forest reserve, Oreg., 2d 
proclamation. Apr. 24, 1906. 1 p. map, f° 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 8, p. 9196, 

3197, map.) 

Same, 3d proclamation. [Mar. 2, 1907.] [2] 

p. map, f" 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3298, 

map.) 
Ashley, George Hall. 
Clearfield coal field, Pa. (In Geological Survey. 

Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 271-275, 1 il.) 
Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 

relating to coal and lignite, [calendar year] 

1905. ) 

Notes on clays and shales in central Pennsyl- 
vania. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 285. 

1906. p. 442-444.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to clays, [calendar year] 1905.) 

and Glenn, L. C. Geology and mineral re- 
sources of part of Cumberland Gap coal field, 
Ky. [with bibliography]. 1906. 239 + iv p. 
13 il . 36 pi . 5 maps, 2 in pocket, 4° (Geological 
Survey. Professional paper 49.) 

Same. (H. doc. 491, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 

In v. 71; Mil.) 

See also, as joint author, Peek, Frederick B. - 

Ashley, Rufus M. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 4651, to increase 
pension of Ashley. June 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 4744, 59th Cong. 1st sess. Inv.H.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2148. 

Burnhah, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 4651, to increase pen- 
sion of Ashley. May 21, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
8674, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2148. 

Ashley River. Ryan, W. H. Report from Com- 
mittee On Interstate and Foreign Commerce, 
amending H. 22135, authorising construction 
of bridge across river in counties [county] of 
Charleston, S. C. [by Charleston and St. Andrew 
Railway Company]. Jan. 14, 1907. 3 p. (H. 
rp. 638J, 69tii Cong. 2d sees. In v. 1; 5064.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 877. 

Ashmead, William Harris. 
Descriptions of new hymenoptera from Japan. 
(In National Museum. Proceedings. 1906. 
v. 30, p. 169-201, 4 pi. no. 1448.) 
Same, separate. 
- New genera and species of hymenoptera from 
Philippines. (In National Museum. Pro- 
ceedings. 1906. v. 29, p. 397-41S, no. 1424.) 
Same, separate. 1905. 

New hymenoptera from Philippines. (In Na- 
tional Museum. Proceedings. 1906. v. 29, 
p. 107-1W, no. 1416.) 

Same, separate. 1905. 

Ashtabula, Ohio. 
Engineer Department. Report of examina- 
tion of harbor. Dec. 4, 1906. 4 p. (H. doc. 
86, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 47; (IN.) 



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Ashtabula, Ohio— Continued. 

Kingman, D. C. Improvement of harbor [1905]. 
(In Engineer Dept. Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 
3, p. 2356-61.) 

Same. (In hie Annual report upon im- 
provement of rivers and harbors on Lake Erie 
in Ohio, 1906.) 

Northern and Northwestern Lakes Sur- 
vey. Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio. Scale 1:5,000. 
June 20, 1906. 32.5 X 20.4 in. 

Townsend, C. M. Improvement of harbor 
[1906J. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 1906. 
1906. pt. 2, p. 1914-17.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of rivers and harbors on Lake Erie 
in Ohio, 1906.) 
Ashton, Arthur. See Vaughan, William H., and 

others. 
Ashton, George W. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 24101, to increase pen- 
sion of Ashton. Feb. 21, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
7032, 59th Cong. 2d eess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2782. 

Deem er, Elias . Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 24101, to increase 
pension of Ashton. Jan. 28, 1907 . 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6833. 5Illh t'onR. 2d seas. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 3-t, pt. 2, p. 2782. 
Ashton, Thomas. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 6960, to increase 
pension of Ashton. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7025, 59th Cong. 2d ses». In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2442. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 6960, to increase pension 
of Ashton. Jan. 7, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 4753, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2442. 
Ashton, William B. Burkktt, E. J. Report 
from Committee on Pensions, amending by 
substitute, S. 5871, to increase pension of 
Ashton. Apr. 30, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3188, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) 
Ashworth, James. Court op Claims. Find- 
ings in case of William and Adam I. Ashworth, 
heirs of James Ashworth. Jan. 10, 1907. 3 p. 
(H. doc. 466, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 51; 
5164.) 

Asia. See Birds — Consols— Sticklebacks. 
Asia Minor. 

Harris, E. L. Asia Minor, modern develop- 
ment; Commercial opportunities; Trade at 
Smyrna. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
May, 1907. . no. 320, p. 43-51.) 

Manufactures Bureau. Asia Minor. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1906. no. 
306, p. 105-113.) [A collection of articles by 
consular officers.] 

Youno, E. E. Asia Minor, imports and exports. 
(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 
316, p. 96.) 

See also Agricultural Implements — Carpets — 
Tarn. 

Asiatic Archipelago. See Malay Archipelago. 
Asiatic Station. [Report of commander-in-chief, 
"' '1905.1 (In Navigation Bureau. Report, 1905. 
' 1905. p. 120-125.) 



Asiatic Station— Continued. 
Same. (In Navy Dept. Reports, 1906. 1906. 
p. 484-489.) 
Ask, Jesse A. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11708, to increase pen- 
sion of Ask. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5496, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2346. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 11708, to in- 
crease pension of Ask. Jan. 7, 1907 . 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5864, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2346. 

Asparagus. Experiment Stations Office. Fer- 
tilizers for asparagus; [compilation]. (In Ag- 
riculture Dept. Farmers* bulletin 233. 1905. 
p. 11-13.) 
See also Bust. 

Asparagus-beetles. Chittenden, F. H. Some 
insects injurious to truck crops: Asparagus 
miner, Notes on asparagus beetles. Mar. 16, 
1907. iii + 1-10 p. 2 ll. (Entomology Bu- 
reau. Bulletin 66, pt. 1.) 

Asparagus-miners. Chittenden, F. H. Some 
insects injurious to truck crops: Asparagus 
miner, Notes on asparagus beetles. Mar. 16, 
1907. iii + 1-10 p. 2 il. (Entomology Bu- 
reau. Bulletin 66, pt. 1.) 

Asphalt. 

Geological Survey. Investigations relating to 
petroleum and asphalt, [calendar year] 1905 
[with bibliographies]. (In Geological Survey. 
Bulletin 286. 1906. p. 357-373, 1 il.) 

Same, separate. 

Hovey, E. O. Production of asphaltum and 
bituminous rock, [calendar year] 1904. 1905. 
18 p. 

Same, with omissions. (In Geological Survey. 

Mineral resources, 1904. 1905. p. 789-799.) 

Same, 1905. 1906. 13 p. 

Same. (In same, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 

1161-69.) 

See also District of Colombia, Streets. 
Asphalt lands. 

Interior Department. Letter transmitting 
memorial of Chickasaw Legislature in refer- 
ence to sale of coal and asphalt lands [in Choc- 
taw and Chickasaw nations]. Dec. 13, 1906. 
3 p. (H. doc. 280, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
50; 6168.) 

Recommendation for legislation to provide 

that reservation of coal and asphalt lands shall 
not interfere with town-site locations fin Choc- 
taw and Chickasaw nations, Ind. T., etc.]. 
Dec. 14, 1906. 1 p. (H. doc. 301, 59th Cong. 
2d sees. In v. 50; 6163.) 
Sherman, J. S. Report from Committee on 
Indian Affairs, amending B. 26796, to schedule 
towns in that part of Choctaw and Chickasaw 
nations heretofore segregated as coal and as- 
phalt lands. Mar. 1, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
8148, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 6066.) 

Aspidiotus Howardii. See Howard scale. 

Aspidium. See Shield-ferns. 

Assay Commission. Proceedings of commission 
of 1905, and test of coinage executed and re- 
served during calendar year 1904; also laws 
relating to annual assay. . 1905 [reprint 1906]. 
41 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2394.) 



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Assay Commission — Continued. 

Same of commission of 1906, and test of coinage 
executed and reserved during calendar year 
1905; also laws relating to annual assay. 1906. 
32 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2431.) 

Same of commission of 1907, and test of coinage 
executed and reserved during calendar year 
1906; also Iawb relating to annual assay. 1907. 
35 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2463.) 
Assay offices. 

Civil Service Commission. Apprentice, mint 
and assay service (announcement of examina- 
tion] July 29, 1907. June 22, 1907. 1 p. 4° 

Mint Bureau. [33d] annual report of director, 

1905. 1905. 287 p. (Treat. Dept. doc. 
2426.) 

Same, with omissions. (In Treasury Dept. 

Report, 1906. 1906. p. 241-376.) 
[84th] same. 1906. 1906. 270 p. 4 pi. 

(Treas. Dept. doc. 2457.) 
Same, with omissions and without plates. 

(In same, 1906. 1906. p. 227-337.) 
Estimate of [deficiency in] appropriation 

for examination of mints, etc. Dec. 7, 1905. 

if Ifltt? ^ 59th ^ ^ In V 
Mint service, general instructions and regu- 
lations in relation to transaction of busrnees at 
mints and assay offices of United States. Feb. 
26, 1907. (In S. dec. 399, pt. 1, p. 165-193, 
59th Cong. 2d Bess., in v. 25; MBS.) 
President of United States. Amendment to 
schedule A [of civil -service rules, 1 assistant 
assayer in each mint or assay office omitted 
from list of those excepted from examination], 
Dec. 7, 1905. 1 p. f° 
gee also Gainesville— Hew York City— gait Lake 
City, Utah— Seattle, Wash. 

Assignments. See Patent Office. 

Assiniboia. See Alberta. 

Assinniboine, Port. Congress. Joint resolu- 
tion [House 231] to sell [to citizens of Montana] 
certain hay, straw, and grain [from stock for 
garrison] at fort. Approved Feb. 1, 1907. 
(In Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 1, p. 1421.) 

Assistant treasurers. See Treasury, Independ- 
ent. 

Association, Articles of, of 1774. See Conti- 
nental Congress. 

Association of American Agricultural Col- 
leges and Experiment Stations. 

Four-years' college course in agriculture, sum- 
mary of reports 1-5 and 8 of committee on 
methods of teaching agriculture. Dec. 12, 

1906. 36 p. (Experiment Stations Office. 
Circular 69.) 

Proceedings of 19th annual convention, Wash- 
ington, D. C, Nov. 14-16, 1905; edited by 
A. C. True, W. H. Beal, and H. C. White. 
1906. 189 p. 2 il. (Experiment Stations 
Office. Bulletin 164.) 

Same, resumed (In Experiment Stations Office. 
Report, 1906. 1906. p. 187-196.) 

Same, 20th, Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 14-16, 1906. 
Apr. 18, 1907. 132 p. 1 il. (Experiment Sta- 
tions Office. Bulletin 184.) 

Same, resumed (In Experiment Stations Office. 
Report, 1906. July 20, 1907. p. 171-175.) 

H. Doc. 830, 59-2 6 



Association of American Agricultural Cot* 
leges and Experiment Stations— Cont'd. 

Report of bibliographer, books by agricultural 
college and experiment station officers. (In 
Experiment Stations Office. Bulletin 184. 
Apr. 18, 1907. p. 21-30.) 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 21-30. (Experiment 
Stations Office. [Publication] 988.) 

Report of committee on experiment station or- 
ganization and policy [presented at convention 
held at Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 14-16, 19061. 
Jan. 9, 1907. 7 p. (Experiment Stations Of- 
fice. Circular 71.) 

Same. (In Experiment Stations Office. Bulle- 
tin 184. Apr. 18, 1907. p. 74-78.) 

Report of committee on extension work [to con- 
vention held at Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 14-16, 
19061. Jan. 15, 1907. 8 p. (Experiment 
Stations Office. Circular 72.) 

Same. (In Experiment Stations Office. Bulle- 
tin 184. Apr. 18, 1907. p. 68-73.) 

Rules and apparatus for seed Uwting adopted by 
standing committee on methods of seed testiDg ; 
corrected Nov. 7, 1906 1906. 24 p. 11 il 
(Experiment Stations Office. Circular 34, re- 
vised.) 

Allen, E. W. [20th annual] convention of asso- 
ciation, 1906 . (In Experiment Station record . 
1907. v. 18, no. 5, p. 406-416.) 

[21st] same, 1907. (In same. 1907. v. 18, 

no. 11, p. 1007-18.) 

Experiment Stations Office. [19th annual] 
convention of association [1905]. (In Experi- 
ment station record. 1905. v. 17, no. 4, p. 
321-332.) 

Association of American Railway Accounting 
Officers. Classification of construction ana 
equipment expenditures as prescribed by In- 
terstate Commerce Commission. 1905 [19061. 
8 p. + 1.9-19. (Statistics and Accounts Divi- 
sion.) 

Association of Bar of City of New York. 
Copyright bill, S. 6330, H. 19853, comment 
upon bill and upon criticisms thereof by copy- 
right committees of American Bar Association 
and Association of Bar of City of New York; 
pt. 3 [of Amendments proposed to copyright 
bill]. 1906(1907]. 35 p. (Copyright Office.) 
Association of Economic Entomologists. 

Proceedings of 18th annual meeting [1906]. 
Sept. 22, 1906. 206 p. 10 il. 3 pi. (Entomol- 
ogy Bureau. Bulletin 60.) 

Same, 19th [19071. Nov. 25, 1907. 145 p. 7 il. 
1 pi. (Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 67.) 

Report of committee on nomenclature [1905]. 
(In Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 60. Sept. 
22, 1906. p. 25-27.) 

Same, separate. [1906.] 

Same [1906]. (In Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 
67. Nov. 25, 1907. p. 10, 11.) 
Association of Military Surgeons of United 
States. Resolutions of association relating to 
canteen. Dec. 16, 1905. 2 p. (H. doc. 237, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 46; 4986.) 
Association of Naval Militia of United States. 
Proceedings of annual meeting, Washington, 
D. C, Dec. 12 [and 13], 1905, accompanied by 
bills pending before Congress on naval militia 
and naval reserve. May 7, 1906. 67 p. (S. 
doc. 435, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 7; 4915.) 



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Association of Official Agricultural Chemist*. 

Changes in official methods of analysis [adopted 
by association, Nov. 11-14, 18981 and additions 
thereto, 1899-1905; [edited by H. W. Wiley]. 
(May 10, 1906.] 28 p. (Chemistry Bureau. 
Circular 30.) 

Changes in Provisional methods for analysis of 
foods [adopted by association, Nov. 14-16, 
19011 and additions thereto, 1902-05; [edited 
by W. D. Bigelow]. [Apr. 24, 1906.] 20 p. 
(Chemistry Bureau. Circular 29.) 

Coloring matters for foodstuffs and methods for 
their detection, preliminary report made to 
association. Aug. 22, 1905. 40 p. 1 il. 
(Chemistry Bureau. Circular 25.) 

Cooperative work on fats and oils, Association of 
Official Agricultural Chemists, 1906. [Feb. 5, 
1906.] 6 p. (Chemistry Bureau. Circular 
27.) 

Cooperative work on unification of terms for re- 
porting analytical results, Association of Offi- 
cial Agricultural Chemists, 1906. [Feb. 10, 
1906.] 2 p. (Chemistry Bureau.) 

Methods of detection of renovated butter, co- 
operative work, Association of Official Agri- 
cultural Chemists, 1905. [Oct. 9, 1905.1 6 p. 
(Chemistry Bureau. Circular 19 revised.) 

Outline of cooperative work on drugs, 1906; [by 
Lyman F. Keblerl. May 31, 1906. 4 p. 
(Chemistry Bureau.) 

Preliminary report on unification of terms for 
reporting analytical results; [prepared by] 
committee of association. [1905.] 16 p. 
(Chemistry Bureau.) 

Proceedings of 22d annual convention of associa- 
tion, Washington, D. C, Nov. 16-18. 1905; 
edited by Harvey W. Wiley. 1906. 211 p. 
2 il. (Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 99.) 

Same, extracts, advance circular giving recom- 
mendations of referees as adopted, motions, 
and appointments affecting work of 1906. 
[1906.] 16 p. (Chemistry Bureau. Circular 
26.) 

Same, 23d, Nov. 14-16, 1906. June 29, 1907. 
213 p. 1 il. (Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 
105.) 

Same, extracts, advance circular giving recom- 
mendations of referees as adopted, and ap- 
pointments affecting work of 1907. 1967. 1A 
p. (Chemistry Bureau. Circular 32.) 
Provisional methods for determination of food 
preservatives as authorized by association, 
1905; [edited by] W. D. Bigelow. Apr. 9, 
— " " (Chei 



13 p. 



emistry Bureau. Circular 



1906. 

28.) 

Purity of food products, tentative draft sub- 
mitted Nov. 19, 1906. [1906.] 7 p. (Chem- 
istry Bureau.) 

Standards of purity for food products, supple- 
menting [Agriculture Department] Circular 13, 
supplemental proclamation: [prepared by com- 
mittee on food standards, Association of Offi- 
cial Agricultural Chemists and Interstate Food 
Commission]. Mar. 8, 1906. 7 p. (Agriculture 
Dept. Circular 17.) 

Same, superseding [Agriculture Department] 
Circulars 13 and 17, supplemental proclama- 
tion; [prepared by committee on food stand- 
ards, Association of Official Agricultural Chem- 
ists and Interstate Food Commission]. June 
26, 1906. 19 p. (Agriculture Dept. Circu- 
lar 19.) 



Association of Official Agricultural Chem- 
ists—Continued. 
Chemistry Bureau. Announcement of 24th 
annual convention of association, 1907. [July 
1,1907.] [4] p. 4° 
Lawson, H. W. [22d annual] convention of as- 
sociation, 1905. (In Experiment station rec- 
ord. 1906. v. 17, no. 5, p. 423-434.) 

Associations. See Commercial associations — 
Societies — names of associations. 

Asson, Mrs. Sydney A. 
Dkeuer, Elias. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2080, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Asson. Feb. 19, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1382, 59th Cong. 1st boss. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1673. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 2080, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Asson. Mar. 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 1507, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1673. 

Astoria, Oreg. Engineer Department. Re- 
ports of examination and survey of harbor. 
Dec. 10, 1906. 9 p. (H. doc. 216, 59th Cong. 
2d eess. In v. 49; 6152.) 

Astronomical papers. See Nautieal Almanac 
Office. 

Astronomy. 
Abbe, Cleveland. Atmospheric effects in as- 
tronomical observations. (In Monthly weather 
review, Mar. 1906. June 13, 1906. v. 34, p. 
117, 118.) 

Abbot, C. G. Recent progress In astronomical 
research. (In Smithsonian Institution. Re- 
port, 1906. 1907. p. 161-171, 1 il. 2 p. of pi.) 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 161-171, 1 il. 2 

p. of pi. ■(Smithsonian InstittHion. [Publi- 
cation] 1749.) 

Naval Observatory. Publications. 1966. 2ii 
series, v. 4, pte. 1-3, [Cxlv] + 321 +-217 + 128 
p,4° •, ■ 

Transit circle observations of standard and wdiacal stare, 

1901-02. pt.3. 
Transit circle observations of sun, moon, planets, and 

oomete, 1866-91. pt 2. 
Transit circle observations of sun, moon, planets, and 

miscellaneous stare, 1900-03. pt. 1. 

Same. (H. doc. 842 [pt. 1], 59th Cong. 1st 

sees. In v. 101; 5041.) 

— — Same. 2d series, v. 4, pt. 4 [appendixes 
1-4], v + 307 + 54 + 101 + 28 p. il. 57 pi. 
map, 4" [Each appendix was also issued sepa- 
rately, 2 and 4 during the period of the 58th 
Congress.] 

Frederick, C. W. Redaction tables for equatorial obser- 
vations, app. 3. 

Hayden, E. E. Present status of use of standard time, 
app. 4. 

Reduction tables for transit circle observations, app. 2. 
Total solar eclipses of May 28, 190Q, and May 17, 1*01. 
app. 1. 

Same. (H. doc. 842 [pt. 2], 59th Cong. 1st 

seas. In v. 102; 5042.) 

Same. 2d series, v. 5, x + 443 p. 4° (H. 

doc. 843, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 103; 4046.) 
[An edition without Congressional document 
number was issued during the period of die 
58th Congress.] 

Meteorological observations and results, (calendar years) 
1893-1902. 

See also Almanacs— Blanc, Mont— Computers — 
Meteors — Observatories — Photometry— tele- 
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Report of opera- 
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1906. p. 74-84, 



Report of 



Re- 



Astrophysical Observatory. 

tions of observatory, 1905. 
Institution. Report, 1905. 
3 pi.) 

Same. (In Smithsonian Institution 

secretary, 1905. 1905.) 
Same [1906]. ( In Smithsonian Institution. 

port, 1906. 1907. p. 73-78.) 
Same. (In Smithsonian Institution. Report of 

acting secretary, 1906.) 
Atchison, Clifton E. See, as heir, Bodes, Mrs. 

Jane Elizabeth. 

Atchison, John B. See, as heir, Bodes, Mrs. 

Jane Elisabeth. 
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. 

Courts of United States. Defective safety 
appliances, United States v. Atchison, Topeka 
and Santa Fe Railway Company, in United 
States district court for district of Colorado 
[opinion of court, Jan. 19, 1907]. [1907.] 5 p. 

Opinion of United States circuit court, 

western division of western district of Missouri, 
in case of United States against Atchison. 
Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company [fried 
Dec. 1905]. Dec. 20, 1905. 17 p. (S. doc. 
97, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 4911.) 

Same. Jan. 15, 1906. (In S. doc. 140, p. 

41-57, 59th Cong. 1st sess., in v. 4; 4812.) 

Interstate Commerce Commission. In matter 
' of alleged unlawful rates and practices in trans- 
portation of coal and mine supplies by Atchi- 
son, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, 
order and testimony [Dec. 15-29, 1904]. 1905. 
156 p. 

Same. Dec. 19, 1905. (In S. doc. 180, p. 

3-160, 59th Cong. 1st sess., in v. 4; 4912.) 

Same. Jan. 15, 1906. (In S. doc. 140, p. 

67-224, 59th Cong. 1st sess., in v. 4; 4012.) 

Testimony [Dec. 15-29, 1904] and opinion 

of commission [Feb. 1, 1905] in matter of 
alleged unlawful rates and practices in trans- 
portation of coal and mine supplies by com- 
pany. Dec. 19, 1905. 183 p. 6 facsim. (S. 
doc. 180, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 4; 4812.) 

Same, differently arranged, and without 

exhibits, etc. Jan. 15, 1906. (In S. doc. 140, 
p. 57-224, 59th Cong. 1st sess., in v. 4; 4812.) 

Justice Department. Correspondence be- 
tween President and Attorney-General and 
others, relating to departure from published 
rates by Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Rail- 
way Company; with opinion of Judge Phillips 
[Philips, United States circuit court, western 
division of western district of Missouri, filed 
Dec. 1905] in contempt proceedings begun on 
account of said departure [and report and 
opinion of Interstate Commerce Commission, 
Feb. 1, 1905, order of commission, Nov. 29, 
1904, and testimony before commission, Dec. 
15-29, 1904]. Jan. 15, 1906. 224 p. (S. doc. 
140, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 4; 4912.) [Cor- 
rected 2d print was issued.] 
Atchley, B. M. See McDonald, John *., and 
others. 

Athabasca. See Alberta. 
Athens, Greece. See lace. 

Athens, Ohio. 
Congress. Act [H. 23221] for public building at 
Athens. Approved Mar. 4, 1907. (In Stat. L. 
v. 84, pt. 1, p. 1294.) 



Athens, Ohio — Continued. 
Dawes, B. G. Report from Committee on Mili- 
tary Affairs, favoring H. 25401, to authorize 
disposition of condemned guns and cannon 
balls [to Monument Association, Athens]. 
Feb. 26, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 8102, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 2; 6066.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 1233. 

Foraker, J. B. Copies of correspondence on 
file in War Department relative to [encounter 
between soldiers and militia] at Athens, Aug. 
19, 1904; [compilation]. Jan. 7, 1907. 34 p. 
(S. doc. 185, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 4; 
6071.) 

Geological Survey. Ohio.Athens quadrangle, 
lat. 39° 15'-39° 3(/, long. 82°-82° 15'. Scale 
1:62,500, contour interval 20 ft. Edition of 
Sept. 1905. 17.5 X 13.6 in. 
Atherton, George W. Armsbt, H. P. Memo- 
rial to Atherton. (In Experiment Stations 
Office. Bulletin 184. Apr. 18, 1907. p. 
31-36.) 

Same, separate. 1907. (Experiment Sta- 
tions Office. [Publication] 989.) 
Atherton, Henry Lee. See, as heir, Pamela, 
brig. 

Atkins, Edwin F. Spanish Treaty Claims 
Commission. Before Spanish Treaty Claims 
Commission, Edwin F. Atkins v. United 
States, and Beal & Co. v. United States, on 
final hearing, statement of facts and brief for 
defendant. Nov. 8, 1906. 37 p. large 8° 
(Attorney-General, Assistant, for Spanish 
Treaty Claims Commission.) 

Atkinson, Albert 6. J. See, as assistant in- 
. spector of buildings, District of Columbia, 
Buildings. 

Atkinson, Mrs. Elizabeth E. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee, on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 11905, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Atkinson. Feb. 14, 1906. 2 - 

E. (H. rp. 1237, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
tat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1744. 
Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 11905, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Atkinson. Mar. 21, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 
1980, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1744. 
Atkinson, Frank Holway. 
Hale, Ehoenb. Report from Committee on 
Naval Affairs, favoring S. 6463, to admit At- 
kinson to Pay Corps, Navy. June 27, 1906. 
1 p. (S. rp. 4416, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
G} Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 615. 
Loud, G. A. Report from Committee on Naval 
Affairs, favoring B. 16763, to admit Atkinson 
to Pay Corps, Navy. May 25, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 4442, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Atkinson, George W. See, as judge, Court of 

Claims. 
Atkinson, Samuel W. 
Bennett, J. B. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 16619, to increasepen- 
sion of Atkinson. June 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
4820, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2239. 
Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring E. 15619, to increase pen- 
sion of Atkinson. Dec. 10, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
4597, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2239. 



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Atlanta, Ga. 

Clay, A. S. Report from Committee on Public 
Buildings and Grounds, favoring S. 800, for 

?ublic building at Atlanta. Jan. 18, 1906. 
p. (S. rp. 250, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 1; 
4904.) 

Court op Claims. Findings in case of trustees 
of Big Bethel African Methodist Episcopal 
Church, Atlanta. Feb. 22, 1907. .2 p. (S. 
doc. 338, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 5; 6078.) 

See also Penitentiary, Atlanta. 
Atlanta, U. S. S. Equipment Bureau. Cata- 
logue of ship's and crew's libraries of U. 8. S. 
Atlanta for use of officers and men of reserve 
torpedo flotilla. May, 1906 . 38 p. 12» 
Atlanta, Birmingham and Atlantic Railroad. 

Adamson, W. C. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, favoring 

H. 24603, to authorize company to construct 
bridge across Coosa River [near Talladega] 
Ala. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 6716, 59th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. 1; 6064.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 1, p. 884. 

Report from Committee on Interstate and 

Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 25043, to 
authorize company to construct bridge across 
Chattahoochee River [near Lagrange] Ga. 
Feb. 1, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 7110, 69th Cong. 
2d eess. In v. 1; 6064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 893. 

Atlantic, schooner. Court of Claims. Conclu- 
sions of lav and fact in French spoliation 
cases relating to schooner, George Howe, mas- 
ter. Dec. 8, 1906. 7 p. (H. doc. 44, 59th 
Cong. 2d seas. In v. 47; 6160.) 

Atlantic snow. Court of Claims. Conclu- 
sions of fact and law in French spoliation cases 
relating to snow, Robert Smith, master. Dec. 
3,1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 34, 59th Cong. 2d sees. 
In v. 47; 6160.) 

Atlantic City, N. J. Treasury Department. 
Letter recommending appropriation in excess 
of limit of cost for post-office building at At- 
lantic City. Dec. 20, 1905. 1 p. (H. doc. 
264, 59th Cong. 1st Bees. In v. 46; 4986.) 

Atlantic Coast. 

Barrows, H. K., and Hoyt, J. C. Report of 
progress of stream measurements for calendar 
year 1905: pt. 1, Atlantic Coast of New England 
drainage. 1906. 155 + ii p. 2 il. map. (Geo- 
logical Survey. Water-supply and irrigation 
paper 165.) 

Same. (H. doc. 749, 59th Cong. 1st 

sess. In v. 81; 6081.) 

Coast and Geodetic Survey. Atlantic Coast, 
Cape Sable to Cape Hatteras; chart 1000. 
Mercator projection. July, 1906, first pub- 
lished 1900. 41 X 33.2 in. 

— United States coast pilot, Atlantic Coast; 
. pts. 1, 2, from St. Croix River to Cape Ann, 

supplement to 2d edition. July 12, 1905. 10 

I. large 8" 

— — Same; pts. 1, 2, St. Croix River to Cape Ann, 
supplement to 2d edition.' Nov. 15, 1906. 
12 1. large 8° 

Same; pt. 3, Cape Ann to Point Judith, sup- 
plement to 2d edition. Nov. 20, 1906. 8 1. 
large 8° 

Same; pt. 4, Point Judith to New York, 

- supplement to 4th edition. Nov. 24, 1906. 
71. large 8° 



Atlantic Coast— Continued. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey. Same; pt. 5, 
New York to Chesapeake Bay entrance, sup- 
plement to 3d edition. Dec. 6, 1906. 7 1. 
large 8° 

Same; pt. 6, Chesapeake Bay and tribu- 
taries [by E. H. Tillman and John Ross]. 3d 
edition [revised by John Ross and Herbert C. 
Graves]. 1907. 192 + [iu] p. 5 il. 2 maps, 
large 8° 

Same; pt. 6, Chesapeake Bay and tribu- 
taries, supplement to 2d edition. Joiy 17, 
1905. 13 1. large 8" 

Same; pt. 7, Chesapeake Bay entrance to 

Key West [by John Roes]. 3d edition. 1906. 
223 -f i p. 5 il. 6 maps, large 8° 

Same; pt. 7, Chesapeake Bay entrance to 

Key West, supplement to 2d edition. Nov. 
15, 1905. 23 p. + 24-32 1. large 8° 

Same; pt. 8, Gulf of Mexico from Key West 

to Rio Grande, supplement to 2d edition. 
Aug. 1, 1905. 28 1. large 8° 

Same; pt. 8, Gulf of Mexico from Key West 

to Rio Grande, supplement to 2d edition. 
Nov. 1, 1906. 28 1. large 8» 

Fisheries Bureau. Fisheries of Middle At- 
lantic States, [calendar year] 1904. [1906.] 
1 p. narrow f* (Statistical bulletin 184.) 

Fisheries of New England States, [calendar 

year] 1905. [1907.] 1 p. narrow f (Statis- 
tical bulletin 198.) 

Statement [by fishing grounds] of quan- 
tities and values of certain fishery products 
landed at Boston and Gloucester, Mass., by 
American fishing vessels, [calendar] year 1904. 
[1908.] 1 p. oblong f° (Statistical bulletin 
181.) 

Same, July-Dec. 1905. Each 1 p. oblong 8° 

(Statistical bulletin 168-173.) 
Same, [calendar] year 1905. [1906.] 1 p. 

oblong f° (Statistical bulletin 182.) 
Same, [by months, calendar] year 1905. 

[1906.] 1 p. oblong 8° (Statistical bulletin 

174.) 

Same, [by fishing grounds] Jan.-Dec. 1906. 

Each 1 p. oblong 8° (Statistical bulletin 176- 

180, 183, 186, 187, 189-192.) 
Same, [calendar] year 1906. [1907.] 1 p. 

oblong 8° (Statistical bulletin 194.) 
Same, by months, [calendar] year 1906. 

[1907.] 1 p. oblong 8° (Statistical bulletin 

193.) 

Same, by fishing grounds, Jan.-June, 1907. 

Each 1 p. oblong 8° (Statistical bulletin 195- 
197, 199-201.) 

Statistics of fisheries of Middle Atlantic 

States, [calendar year] 1904 [with bibliog- 
raphy]. 1907. 122 p. (Bureau of Fisheries 
doc. 609.) 

Same. (In Fisheries Bureau. Report, 

1905, and special papers. [1907.]) 
Statistics of fisheries of New England States, 

1905. 1907. 93 p. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 

620.) 

Same. (In Fisheries Bureau. Report, 

1906, and special papers. [1908.] p. 3-93.) 
LiGHT-HousH Board. List of lights and fog sig- 
nals on Atlantic and Gulf coasts of United 
States; corrected to Mar. 1,1907. 1907. 265 + 
viii p. 24 pi. map, large 8° 



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Atlantic Coast— Continued. 

Quartermaster's Department. Estimate of 
appropriation for repairs and supply of stores 
at artillery poets on south Atlantic and Gulf 
coasts. Jan. 3, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 362, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 51; UM.) 

See also Agriculture— Navigation— Elvers and 
harbors — names of States and countries on 
coast. 

Atlantic Coast Line Company. See Southern 
Railway, and others. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Courts of 
United States. In district court for eastern 
district of North Carolina, May term, 1906, 
United States v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 
Company; brief for United States. [1907.] 
52 p. 

Atlantic Division. Annual report of general 
commanding division, 1905. Governor's Is- 
land, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1905. 12 p. 12° 

Same. (In War Dept. Reports, 1905. 1905 
[1906]. v. 3, p. 9-14.) 

Same, 1906. Governor's Island, N. Y. , Sept. 15, 
1906. 7 p. 12° 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1906 [1907]. v. 3, p. 
7-12.) 

See also last, Department of the — Gulf, Depart- 
ment of the. 

Atlantic Highlands. N. J. See Sandy Hook Bay. 
Atlantic Ocean. 

Hydrooraphio Office. Pilot chart of north 
Atlantic Ocean, Aug. 1905-July, 1907; chart 
1400. Scale 1° long. =0.27 in. July 27 [1905-] 
June 27 [1907]. Each 21 X 32 in. [Monthly. 
Gives forecast and review of weather, with in- 
formation as to routes, ice, fog, derelicts, etc.] 

Page, James. Cyclonic storm of Oct. 6-12, 
1905, in north Atlantic Ocean. (In Monthly 
weather review, Jan. 1906. Apr. 7, 1906. v. 
34, p. 1-7, 6 il.) 

See also Tides. 
Atlantic Station. Htdroqraphic Office. Cata- 
logue of charts and plans issued to vessels on 
Atlantic Station. [Feb.] 1907. 122 p. map. 
[Interleaved.] 
Atlases. See Maps, and note. 
Atmosphere. See Air. 

Atmospheric electricity. See Electricity, At- 
mospheric. 

Atmospheric pressure. See Air — Barograph. 
Atta sexdens. See Ants. 

Attersall, William A. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings. Jan. 10, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 461, 59th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. 51; SIM.) 

Attica, N. Y. Geological Survey. New York, 
Attica quadrangle, lat. 42° 45'-43°, long. 78° 
15'-78° SO'. Scale 1:62,500, contour interval 
20 ft. Edition of Nov. 1905. 17.5 X 12.9 in. 

Attomey-Qenerai. See Justice Department. 

Attorney-General, Assistant, for Court of 
Claims. Annual report for year ending June 
30 [Oct. 31], 1905. 1905. 8 p. 
Same for year ending Oct. 31, 1906. 1906. 8 p. 

Attorney-General, Assistant, for Indian Dep- 
redation Claims. Annual report for year 
[ending Oct. 31J, 1905. 1905. 4 p. 



Attorney-General, Assistant, for Interior Die* 
partment. 

Decisions of Department and General Land 
Office relating to public lands, July, 1905- 
June, 1906; by S. V. Proudfit and George J. 
Hesaelman. 1906. v. 34, urix + 759 p. 
[Also issued in separate signatures. These de- 
cisions are made up in the office of the Assistant 
Attorney-General for the Interior Department 
but are promulgated by the Secretary of the 
Interior.] 

Same, July, 1906-June, 1907. 1907. v. 35, 
xxx + 719 p. 1 pi. 

Laws relating to protection of lives of coal miners 
in Territories, and opinions of assistant Attor- 
ney-General consuming same, 1891-1906. 1906. 
12 p. (Interior Dept.) 

Letter from Secretary of Interior transmitting 
memorial of Chickasaw Legislature protesting 
against enrollment of certain children [of Choc- 
taw or Chickasaw freedmen], and opinion of 
assistant Attorney-General m case of Ethel 
Pierson. Dec. 13, 1906. 4 p. (H. doc. 293, 
59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 50; (US.) 

[Letter relating to provision contained in act of 
June 22, 1906, making appropriations for legis- 
lative, executive, and judicial expenses, as to 
storage and disposition of Patent Office model 
exhibit, etc.] (In Interior Dept. Report of 
Secretary, 1906. 1906. p. 321-323.) 

Same. (In Interior Dept. Reports, 1906, Sec- 
retary and bureau officers, etc. 1906 [19071. 
p. 322-824.) 

President of United States. Executive order 
[authorising George W. Woodruff, assistant 
Attorney-General, to perform duties of Secre- 
tary of Interior during any concurrent absences 
of Secretary and 1st assistant Secretary]. June 
11, 1907. 1 p. f 

Attorney-General, Assistant, for Post-Office 
Department. 

Memorandum on postal fraud order law. [1907.] 
15 p. 

Official opinions of assistant Attorneys-General 
for Department, June 23, 1873-Apr. 28, 1885, 
1-436; edited by Francis C. Huebner. 1905. 
v. 1, xxvii + 1044 p. 

Same, Apr. 29, 1885-Mar. 17, 1892, 437-1030; 
edited oy Francis C. Huebner. 1905. v. 2, 
xxxv + 1063 p. 

Recommendation of change in system of index- 
ing Federal statutes. June 9, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. doc. 884, 59th Cong, let sees. In v. 50; 



) 

Report, 1905. [1905.] 10 p. 

Same. (In Poet-Office Dept. Reports, 1905. 
1905 [1906]. p. 98-102.) 

• Same, 1906. [1906.] 11 p. 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1906. p. 83-93.) 

Attorney-General, Assistant, for Spanish 
Treaty Claims Commission. 
Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, An- 
tonio Carrillo de Albomoa y O'Fanill v. United 
States, Isaac Carrillo de Albomoz y O'FarrHl 
v. United States, brief of defendant. 1906. 
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Attorney-General, Assistant, for Spanish 
Treaty Claims Commission — Continued. 

Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Cen- 
tral Teresa Sugar Company [successors to Jo- 
seph Rigney & Co.] v. United States, on final 
hearing, statement of facts, brief for defendant, 
and appendices of evidence. Dec. 29, 1906 
[published] 1907 . 71 p. large 8° 

Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Con- 
cepcion J. Diaz de Clark v. United States, 
statement of facts and brief for defendant. 
Jan. 12, 1907. 26 p. large 8° 

Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Ed- 
win F. Atkins v. United States, and Beal & Co. 
v. United States, on final hearing, statement 
of facts and brief for defendant. Nov. 8, 1906. 
37 p. large 8° 

Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Hor- 
miguero Central Company v. United States, 
argument of assistant Attorney-General. [Apr. 
16, 17, 1906.] 88 p. large 8° 

Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Hor- 
miguero Central Company v. United States, 
on final hearing, statement of facts and brief 
for defendant. Apr. 1906. 82 p. large 8° 

Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Hor- 
miguero Central Company v. United States, 
supplemental table of contents of record and 
defendant's supplemental appendix of evi- 
dence. Feb. 7, 1906. 88 p. large 8° 

Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Jos6 
Tur v. United States, statement of facts and 
brief for defendant. Nov. 15, 1906. 39 p. 
large 8° 

Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Lucia 
Lacoste v. United States, brief for defendant. 
Jan. 9, 1907. 40 p. large 8° 

Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, 
Spanish-American Iron Company v. United 
States, and Juragua Iron Company v. United 
States, statement of facts and brief for defend- 
ant. Mar. 14, 1907. 53 p. large 8° 

Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Vic- 
toria Company organized under laws of New 
Jersey v. United States, brief of defendant. 
1907 . 35 p. large 8° 

Report, [Nov. 14, 1904-JNov. 14, 1905. [1905.] 
2 p. large 8° ([Spanish Treaty Claims Com- 
mission.] Document 37.) 

Same [Nov. 14, 1905-]Nov. 1, 1906 [with Special 
report, Sept. 29, 1906]. 1906. 10 p. large 8° 
(Spanish Treaty Claims Commission. Docu- 
ment 42.) 

Same. Dec. 11, 1906. (In S. doc. 109 [pt. 1], 
p. 4-11, 59th Cong. 2d sess., in v. 3; 6070.) 

Special report of William E. Fuller, statement 
of work done, questions considered, principles 
laid down, and most important decisions made 
by Spanish Treaty Claims Commission from 
organization, Apr. 8, 1901, to Apr. 10, 1907. 
1907. 352 p. 
Attorney -General for Philippine Islands. 

See Philippine Islands, Justice Bureau. 
Attorney-General of Porto Rico. See Porto 
Si co, Attorney-General. 

Attorneys. Land Office, General. Regula- 
tions governing recognition of agents and attor- 
neys before district land offices. [Apr. 20, 
1907.] 6 p. 
See also District attorneys— Patent attorneys. 



Attorneys, Assistant. See District attorneys. 

Attwell, Juan S. Argentine Republic [address 
delivered Mar. 2, 1907, before Cosmopolitan 
Club of Cornell University, extracts]. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly bul- 
letin. 1907. v. 24, p. 823-827.) 

Atwater, Helen Woodard. Bread and principles 
of bread making. Revised Oct. 15, 1906. 
1906. 40p.7il. (Experiment Stations Office; 
Agriculture Dept., Fanners' bulletin 112.) 

Atwater, Thomas. See Eliza, brig— Hnlker, 
brig. 

Atwater, Wilbur Olin. Principles of nutrition 
and nutritive value of food, corrected to Apr. 
5, 1906. [2d revised edition.] 1906. 48 p. 2 
il. (Experiment Stations Office; Agriculture 
Dept., Farmers' bulletin 142.) 

and Bryant, A. P. Chemical composition of 
American food materials; corrected Apr. 14, 
1906. 1906. 87 p. 4 il. (Experiment Sta- 
tions Office. Bulletin 28, revised edition.) 
Atwaters, John D. 

La Follettb, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 7807, to increase pen- 
sion of Atwaters. Apr. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2482, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1786. 

Weisse, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid, Pensions, amending Q. 7807, to increase 
pension of Atwaters. Mar. 5, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1871, 59th Cong.lst sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1786. 
Atwell, William P. 

Emigrants for the South. (In Monthly cons . and 
trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 204, 205.) 

Flax industry, natural advantages for retting 
[in Lys River]. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. .68-70.) 

Ghent. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 1907 
[1908]. p. 488-490.) 

Roubaix. (In Commercial relations, 1905. 1906. 
p. 414, 415.) 

Roubaix statistics. ( In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 82-84.) 

Torpedoes fired under water [by wireless trans- 
mission of power]. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. May, 1906. no. 308, p. 84-86.) 

Vaccine for tuberculosis. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 82, 83.) 

Aubright, Mrs. Theresa S. President of 

United States. Executive order [authoriz- 
ing appointment of Mis. Aubright as clerk in 
classified civil service]. Mar. 26, 1907. 1 p. f° 

Auburn, Me. Scott, N. B. Report from Com- 
mittee on Public Buildings and Grounds, 
amending S. 25, for [public] building at 
Auburn. Jan. 25, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 406, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4904.) 

Auchmuty, Jesse M. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 9609, to in- 
crease pension of Auchmuty. Apr. 30, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 3663, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2076. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee oh Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 9609, to increase pension of 
Auchmuty. May 21, 1906. It). (S. rp. 
3697, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F\) Stat. t. 
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Aucock, Robert. 

Bradley, T. W. • Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 8275, to in- 
crease pension of Aucock. Feb. 19, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1357, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1693. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 8275, to increase pension of 
Aucock. Mar. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1621, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1693. 
And it or for Interior Department. 

Annual report, 1905. 1905. 7 p. (Treas. Dept. 
doc. 2411.) 

Same, 1906. 1906. 7 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 
2435.) 

[Rules and regulations governing office of] Au- 
ditor for Interior Department. Feb. 26, 1907. 
(In S. doc. 399, pt. 1, p. 217-221, 59th Cong. 
2d seas., in v. 25; 5092.) 
Auditor for Navy Department. 

Annual report, 1905. 1905. 16 p. (Treas. 
Dept. doc. 2408.) 

Same, 1906. 1906. 15 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 
2440.) 

Digest of naval appropriations, 1907. [1906.] 
51 p. 4° 

Same, 1908. 1907. 53 p. 4° 

Letters from Secretary of Navy and [Auditor for 
Navy Department] to accompany S. 3405, 
authorizing payment to superintendent of 
Government Hospital for Insane of pay due 
to persons in Navy or ■ Marine Corps under 
treatment at that institution; Jan. 16, 1906. 
3 p. (S. doe. 146, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
4; 4918.) 

Appointments- Division, Treasury Dept. Esti- 
mate for additional clerk [Cora B. Thomas] in 
office of audi tor. Mar. 8, 1906. 2p. (H. doc. 
594, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. . In v. 49; 4869.) 

Treasury Department. Estimate of appro- 
priation for rent of additional quarters for 
auditor. Dec. 13, 1906. 1 p. (H. doc. 284, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 50; 6163.) 
Auditor for Philippine Islands. See Philippine 

Islands, Audits Bureau. 
Auditor for Post-Office Department. 

Estimate of appropriation tor additional skilled 
laborers. Feb. 13, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 718, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 53; 6166.) 

Reply to resolution, balance found due John 
Hudgins. Mar. 12, 1906. 3 p. (S. doc. 262, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 6; 4914.) 

Report in case of Georgia Railroad and Banking 
Company for services rendered by it under 
name of Georgia Railroad Company. Apr. 2, 
1906. 3 p. (S. doc. 297, 69th Cong. 1st seta. 
In v. 6; 4*14.) 

Report showing salary accounts of certain former 
postmasters in Colorado, pursuant to resolu- 
tion. Apr. 24, 1906. 5 p. (S. doc. 401, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 7; 4916.) 

Report to Secretary of Treasury and to Postmas- 
ter-General, 1905. 1905. 176 p. (Treas. Dept. 
doc. 2420.) 

Same. (In Post-Office Dept. Reports, 1905. 

1905 [1906]. p. 677-850.)- ,fl ' 
Same, 1906. 1906. 31 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 
. 2448.) . r 

Same,, to Postmaster-General only. (In same, 

1906. 1906. p. 341-359.) 



Auditor for State and Other Departments. 

Annual report, 1905. 1905. 47 p. (Treas. 

Dept. doc. 2412.) 
Same, 1906. 1906. 48 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 

2443.) 

Response to inquiry as to expenses of Spanish 
Treaty Claims Commission and amount of pay- 
ments under awards [Mar. 2, 1901-Dec. 31, 
1905]. Apr. 9, 1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 683, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 49; 498S.) 

Auditor for Treasury Department. 

Abstract of emoluments of officers of Customs 
Service [1905]. Dec. 4, 1905. 7 p. (H. doc. 
29, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 44; 4984.) 

Same, 1906. Dec. 6, 1906. 9 p. (H. doc. 192, 
59th Cong. 2d Bess. In v. 48; 8181.) 

Accounting for duties and refund of excess of de- 
posits on importations from Philippine Islands. 
Oct. 4, 1905. lp.4° (Treasury Dept. Dept. 
circular 103, 1905.) 

Amending [Treasury] Department circular 109, 
June 3, 1895, requiring action of appraisers, 
gaugers, weighers, and measurers to be in 
duplicate; and requiring entries, invoices, and 
certificates to be iorwarded to auditor. Mar. 
10, 1906. 1 p. 4° (Treasury Dept. Dept. 
circular 29, 1906.) 

Annual report, 1905. 1905. 21 p. (Treas. 
Dept. doc. 2402.) 

Same, 1906. 1906. 19 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 
2433.) 

Communication as to destruction of certain 
papers. Apr, 11, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 689, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 49; 4989.) 

Detailed statement of refunds of customs duties, 
1905. Jan. 16, 1906. 30 p. (H. doc. 379, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 47; 4987.) 

Same, 1906. Feb. 4, 1907. 35 p. (H. doc. 655, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 53; 6166.) 

Auditor lor War Department. 

Annual report, 1905. 1905. 8 p. (Treas. Dept. 
doc. 2405.) 

Same, 1906. 1906. 8 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 
2441.) 

Communication suggesting amendment to army 
appropriation bill [as to extra pay of officers 
and men serving beyond limits of United 
States]. Feb. 28, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 245, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 5; 4918.) 

Estimate of appropriation for payment of certain 
arrears of pay and bounty of enlisted men and 
officers of Army. Mar. 19, 1906. 3 p. (H. 
doc. 631, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 49; 4988.) 

Instructions to claimants. Sept. 11, 1906. 1 p. 
4° (Treasury Dept. Dept. circular 84, 1906.) 

Recommendation for reappropriation for pay- 
ments of arrears of pay and allowances on ac- 
count of services of officers and men in War 
with Spain [and in Philippine Islands]. Dfec. 
15, 1905. 2 p. (H. doc. 224, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 46; 4986.) 

Reports of allowances made by [Auditor for War 
Department and Comptroller of Treasury] in 
favor of New York and Pennsylvania for ad- 
vances made in War of 1812. Dee. 13, 1905. 
19 p. (H. doc. 167, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In 
v. 45; 4986.)' 

Auditor of Porto Rico. See Porto Bioo, Audi- 
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Audits Bureau of Philippine Islands. See 

Philippine Islands. 
Auger, Mrs. Emma. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 

Pensions, favoring H. 2795, to pension Mrs. 

Auger. Feb. 6, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 757, 59th 

Cong. 1st seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 

p. 1519. 

Loudenslager, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, amending H. 2795, to pension 
Mrs. Auger. Jan. 19, 1906. 2 p. 
304, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1519. 

Augusta, Ga. See Savannah Biver. 

Augusta Arsenal. Ordnance Department. 
Estimate of appropriation for arsenal at Au- 

fusta. Jan. 26, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 571, 
9th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 52; 51M.) 
Auldridge, Mrs. Jane. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 20357, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Auldridge. Jan. 23, 1907. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 5316, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In If.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2388. 
Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 20357, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Auldridge. Dec. 13, 1906. 1 p. (H. 

~ In v. A.) Stat. 



rp. 5454, 59th Cong. 2d i 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2388. 



Aurora, schooner. Court op Claims. Conclu- 
eions of law and fact in French spoliation cases 
relating to schooner, Samuel Appleton, mas- 
ter. Dec. 4, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 105, 69th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. 47; filfiO.) 

Aurora, ship. Court of Claims. Conclusions of 
law and tact in French spoliation cases relating 
to ship, John Suter, master. Dec. 3, 1906. 
4 p. (H. doc. 46, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
47; «1«0.) 

Auroras. Blair, W. R. Villard's theory of 
aurora. (In Monthly weather review, Dec. 
1906. Mar. 1, 1907. v. 34, p. 672, 573, 4 il.) 

Austin, Mrs. America J. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from -Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 23870, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Austin. Jan. 21, 1907. 
1 p. (H. rp. 6576, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2585. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 23870, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Austin. Feb. 1, 1907. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 6962, 69th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2585. 

Austin, David C. 
Burnbam, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 4647, to increase pen- 
sion of Austin. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
4069, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2161. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 4647, to increase 
pension of Austin. May 14, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4140, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2161. 

Austin, Mrs. Epsy Ann. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring!!. 1283, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Austin. TFeb. 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
679, 69th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1514. 



Austin, Mrs. Epsy Ann— Continued. 
Richardson, William. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, amending H. 1283, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Austin. Jan. 19, 1906. 1 p. 
?H. rp. 301, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1514. 

Austin, Louis Winslow. 

Detector for very small alternating currents and 
electrical waves. (In Standards Bureau. 
Bulletin, v. 1, no. 3. Nov. 1, 1905. p; 435- 
438, 3 il.) 

Same, separate. 1906. p. 436-438, S il. krge «« 
(Reprint 22.) 

On platinum-point electrolytic detector for elec- 
trical waves. (In Standards Bureau. Bulle- 
tin, v. 2, no. 2. Aug. 15, 1906. p. 261- 
274, U.) 

Same, separate. 1906. p. 261-274, il. large 8° 
(Reprint 36.) 

Positive charges carried by canal rays. (In 
Standards Bureau. Bulletin, v. 1, no. 8. 
Nov. 1, 1905. p. 439-441, 1 il.) 

Same, separate. [1905.] p. 439-441, 1 il. large 
8° (Reprint 23.) 

Production of high frequency oscillations from 
electric arc. (In Standards Bureau. Bulle- 
tin, v. 3, no. 2. May, 1907. p. 325-340, il.) 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 325-340, il. large 8° 
(Reprint 60.) 

See also, as joint author, Gnthe, Karl Xngen. 

Austin, Mrs. Mary E. 

Calderhead, W. A. Rer>ort from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, amending H. 17864, to 
increase pension of Mrs. Austin. Dec. 6, 
1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 5139, 59th Cong. 2d seas. 
In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2363. 

Carmaok, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 17864, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Austin. Jan. 22, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
5235, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2363. 

Austin, Orlando O. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1516, to increase 
pension of Austin. Jan. 80, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6918, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2417. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 1516, to increase pen- 
sion of Austin. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (8. rp. 
4804, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2417. 

Austin, Oscar Phelps. See, as chief, Statistics 
Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept. 

Austin, Richard W. 

Glasgow. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 1907 
[1908]. p. 732-734.) 

Glasgow's mercantile fleet. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 118-115.) 

Austin, Sterling T. Court op Claims. Find- 
ings in case ofFlorine A. Albright [heir of Aus- 
tin]. June 2, 1906. 2 p. (6. doc. 466, 59th 
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Austin, Thomas J. Southard, J. H. Report 
from Committee on War Claims, submitting 
H. R. 516, toreferH. 12283, for relief of Austin, 
to Court of Claims. May 11, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4079, 69th Cong. lBt sees. In v. G.) 



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Australasia. Manufactures Bureau. Austral- 
asia. (In Monthly coos, and trade rp. Jan. 
1907. no. 316, p. 07-110.) [A collection of 
articles by consular officers and others.] 

Australasia and China Telegraph Company, 
Eastern Extension, Limited. See Eastern 
Extension Australasia and China Telegraph 
Company, Limited. 

Australia. 

Australian commerce act [provisional regulations; 

transmitted by J. P. Bray], (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 144, 145.) 
Abbe, Cleveland. Tornado in Australia. (In 

Monthly weather review, May, 1906. Aug. 22, 

1906. v. 34, p. 227, 228.) 
Bray, J. P. Australia. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Feb. 1906. no. 305, p. 40-43.) 
Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. 162-164.) 
Australia [1905]. (In Commercial relations, 

1905. 1906. p. 374.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. 

p. 445-452.) 

Australia [preferential trade with New Zea- 
land]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. July, 

1906. no. 310, p. 115, 116.) 

Collection of preferential duties fin Aus- 
tralia] suspended [etc.]. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 65-67.) 

Burbill, H. R. American [drugs] in Australia. 
(In Monthly cone, and trade rp. Apr. 1907. 
no. 319, p. 250, 251.) 

Australia [trade in automobiles], (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. Dec. 1906. no. 

315, p. 114-116.) 

Commonwealth of Australia, market for fur- 
niture; American catalogues; State of Vic- 
toria. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 

1907. no. 319, p. 120-129.) 

Preferential [tariff rates] in Australia. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 

316, p. 62-65.) 

[Cotton industry of Australia, newspaper ar- 
ticle; transmitted by John P. Bray.] (In 
• Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 
321, p. 96-98, 1 il.) 

Manufactures Bureau. Australasia. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 
314, p. 64-72.) [A collection of articles by con- 
sular officers.] 

Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

June, 1906. no. 309, p. 167-170.> (A coltafc- 
tion of articles by consular officers, etc.] 

Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

July, 1906. no. 310, p. 72-77.) [A collection 
of articles by consular office*, «tc.] 

Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Aug. 1906. no. 311, p. 84-86.) 

— Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp . 

Sept. 1906. no. 312, p. 66-68.) [Reports by 

two consular officers.] 
Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 96, 97.) (A collection 

of articles by consular officers.] 

Commonwealth of Australia. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. May, 1906. no. 308, p. 
144-148.) [A collection of articles by con- 
sular officers, etc.] 



Australia — Continued. 
Manufactures Bureau. Commonwealth of 
Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 33-37.) [Reports by 
two consular officers.] 

Commonwealth of Australia. (In Monthly 

cone, and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 
63-74.) [A collection of articles by consular 
officers.] 

Commonwealth of Australia, Queensland 

[and Newcastle harbor]. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 321, p. 61-65.) 
[Reports by two consular officers.] 

Noble, Andrew. Development of meteorology 
in Australia. (In Monthly weather review, 
Nov. 1905. Jan. 19, 1906. v. 33, p. 480-484.) 

Post-Office Department. Parcels-post con- 
vention between United States and Australia. 

i Signed Melbourne, May 10, Washington, 
une 19, 1905, approved June 19, 1905 ] (In 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 2872-78.) [Appeared 
separately in Document catalogue of the 58th 
Congress.] 

Treasury Department. Parcels-post conven- 
tion with Australia. July 27, 1905. 1 p. 4° 
(Dept. circular 82, 1905; Division of Customs.) 

Weather Bureau. Progress of meteorology in 
Australia. (In Monthly weather review, July, 
1906. Oct. 11, 1906. v. 34, p. 328, 329.) 

See also Clocks and watches — Cotton — Iron and 
steel — Lumber and timber — Vines and min- 
ing — Pianos — Plated ware — Windmills — Wire. 

Australian wattle. See Wattle trees. 

Austria. 

Abbe, Cleveland. Meteorology in Austria. 

(In Monthly weather review, Nov. 1906. 

Feb. 2, 1907. v. 34, p. 519, 520.) 
Lbdoux, U. J. Austria-Hungary, effects of new 

[tariff] law. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Apr. 1906. no. 807, p. 174, 175.) 
Manufactures Bureau. Austria. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1906. no. 306, p. 

176-183.) [A collection of articles written or 

transmitted by consular officers.] 
Austria-Hungary. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Feb. 1906. no. 305, p. 123-131.) 

[A collection of articles written or transmitted 

by consular officers.] 
Austria-Hungary. (In Monthly com. and 

trade rp. Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. 1)1-95.) [A 

collection of articles by consular officers.] 
Austria-Hungary. (In Monthly cons, arid 

trade rp. May, 1906. no. 3uH, p, 102-106.) 

[A collection of articles by consular officers.] 
Austria-Hungary. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 99-101.) 

[Reports by two consular officers.] 
Austria-Hungary. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 29-32.) [Re- 
ports by two consular officers.] 
AustriarHungary. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 92-94.) [Re- 
ports by two consular officers.] 
— Austria-Hungary. (Ia Monthly eons, and 

trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 127-139.) 
— — Austria-Hungary. (In Monthly eons, and 

trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 43-45,) [Re- 
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Austria — Continued. 

Manufactures Bubeau. Austria-Hungary. 
(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. 
no. 321, p. 21-26.) [A collection of articles 
by consular officers.] 

Austria-Hungary [1905]. (In Commercial 

relations, 1906. 1606. p. 381-388.) [Reports 
by consular officers on commerce of Austria- 
Hungary, Prague, Reichenberg, Trieste, Hun- 
gary, and Fiume.] 

Same [19061. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. 

p. 466-480.) [Reports by consular officers on 
commerce of Austria, Trieste, Prague, Reich- 
enberg, and Hungary.] 

Rublee, W. A. Alcohol, denatured product, 
Austrian regulations. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 201, 202.) 

More American footwear needed in Austria. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Nov. 1906. 
no. 314, p. 119, 120.) 

State Department. Austria-Hungary. (In 
State Dept. Foreign relations, 1905. 1906. 
p. 51-68.) 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1909. pt. 1, p. 

43-51.) 

See also Carriages — Cotton-seed oil— Dairying — 
Expositions — Fish and fisheries — Fruit — 
Gloves — Hungary— laundries — Machinery — 
Magnesite — Halt-extract — Mineral waters — 
Patents— Ballroads— Keichenberg, North Bo- 
hemia Industrial Exposition, 1908— Technical 
education — Trade-marks— Universities. 

Authier, Joseph M. St. Hyacinthe. (In Com- 
mercial relations, 1906. 1907. [1908]. p. 69.) 

Authors. See Copyright. 

Automobile Board; See District of Columbia. 

Automobiles. 
Census Bureau. Census of manufactures, 

1905, automobiles . and bicycles and tricycles. 
1907 . 37 p. 4° (Bulletin 66.) 

Men-tarn, R. H. Bicycles and tricycles. 
OUer, G. E. Automobiles. 

Goldschmidt, Louis. Automobiles, growing 
popularity in France. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Jan. 1906. no. 304, p. 231-233.) 

Manufactures Bureau. Automobile indus- 
try. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Sept. 

1906. no. 312, p. 132-137.) [A collection of 
articles written or transmitted by consular 
officers.] 

Automobiles. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. May, 1906. no. 308, p. 185-191.) 
[A collection of articles by consular officers and 
others.] 

■ Automobiles. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. June, 1906. no. 309, p. 220-222.) 
[Reports by two consular officers.] 

Automobiles. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 137-139.) [A col- 
lection of articles by consular officers.] 

Automobiles. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. Apr. 1907. no. 3W, p. 171-175.) [A col- 
lection of articles by consular officers.] 

'-" — - Development of automobiling. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 818, p. 
83-88.) [A collection of articles by consular 
officers.] 

< — —Motor machines, (in Monthly cons, and 
. ; trade rp.* Deo. 1906. no. 316, p. 110-118.) 
[A collection of articles by consular officers.] 



Automobiles— Continued. 

Manufactures Bureau. Motor trade. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 
320, p. 123-135.) [A collection of articles 
written or transmitted by consular officers 
and others.] 

Motor trade. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. June, 1907. no. 321, p. 172-177.) [A 
collection of articles written or transmitted by 
consular officere.] 

Motors and vehicles. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 46-52.) [A 
collection of articles by consular officers.] 

O'Hara, J. W. Automobiles [in Uruguay]. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1906. no. 
306, p. 64-66.) 

Treasury Department. Entry of automobiles 
coming from and returning to contiguous for- 
eign territory under 3-day permit. Nov. 14, 
1906. 1 p. 4° (Dept. circular 95, 1906; Divi- 
sion of Customs.) 

See also District of Columbia — Motors. 
Auxiliary Service. Naval. See Naval Auxiliary 
Service. 

Averitt, Saxe Dabney. See, as joint author, 

Peter, Alfred Meredith. 
Avery, William Lester. 
British Honduras. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

Tp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 89-91.) 
British Honduras [1905]. (In Commercial rela- 
tions, 1905. 1908. p. 278, 279.) 
Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 
10S-110.) 

British Honduras, trade with United States. 
(In Monthly eons, and trade rp. Oct. 1906. 
no. 313, p. 65, 66.) 
Avocado. 

Collins, G. N. Avocado, salad fruit from the 
tropics. July 5, 1905. 52 p. 8 pi. (Plant 
Industry Bureau. Bulletin 77.) 

Van Dine, D. L. Avocado mealy-bug, pseudo- 
coccus nipae Mask. [Jan. 13, 1906.] 12 p. 3 il. 
(Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station. 
Press bulletin 16.) [Reprint, with additions, 
of Press bulletin 8.] 
Awaly, Mrs. E. A. See Carter, Charles M., and 
others. 

Axes. Ordnance Department. Instructions to 
bidders and specifications governing manufac- 
ture and inspection of shovels, pick mattocks, 
and axes, for intrenching took. Revised Oct. 
14, 1905. 1906. 12 p. 12° 

Axim Bay. Hydrographic Office. Axim Bay, 
Gold Coast. Scale naut. m.=2 in. 9.4X14.8 
in. (On Hydrographic Office. Africa; chart 
2313. Apr. 1907.) 

Axtell, Prank P. See, as engineer, Calcasieu 
Lake— Mermen tau River— Sabine Pass. 

Aycock, Reddick. Court of Claims. Findings 
in case of G. W. Aycock, administrator of Red- 
dick Aycock. Feb. 12, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 
501, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 47; 4987.) 

Aydelotte, E. C, misprint. See Adelotte, Eli- 
jah O. 

Ayer, J a red. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
' Pensions, amending S. 5740, to increase pen- 
sion of Ayer. Dec. 17, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
4681, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Btat. L. 
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Ayer, Jared — Continued. 
Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 5740, to increase 
pension of Ayer. Jan. 8, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
5966, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2268. 

Ayer, Lewis W. See, as joint author, McNess, 
George T. 

Ayers, Caledonia S. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings. Jan. 14, 1907 . 2 p. (H. doc. 498, 59th 
Cong. 2d seas. In v. 51; 6164.) 
Ayers, Ellis L. 
Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 18869, to increase 



pension of Ayers. May 19, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 4292, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2201. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 18869, to increase pension of 
Ayers. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4019, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. Inv.G.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2201. 
Ayesa, B. Tobacco industry in Philippines 
[translation]. (In Philippine Commission. 6th 
report, [Nov. 1904-OctJ 1905 [with reports of 
departments, bureau officers, 1905, etc.]. 1906. 

St. 4, p. 207-216.) [From El mercantil, 
tanila, Apr. and May, 1905.] 
Ayliff, Charles. See Wimberly, Louis, and 
others. 

Ayllon, Enrique. Quartermaster's Depart- 
ment. Estimate of appropriation for payment 
of claims [of Manuel de Celis and others] for 
rent of houses in Philippines. May 10, 1906. 
2 p. (H. doc. 784, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
50; 4990.) 

Aylsworth, Thomas E. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 8553, to increase pen- 
sion of Aylsworth. Jan. 25, 1907. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 5476, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2335. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 8553, to increase 
pension of Aylsworth. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5793, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2335. 

Ayres, Samuel. Clayton, H. D. Report from 
Committee on War Claims, submitting H. R. 
236, to refer H. 3475, for relief of heirs of Ayres, 
to Court of Claims. Feb. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 1032, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) [Re- 
port reads, by a misprint, Samuel Azres.] 



Ayrs, Oria L. See, as joint author, Bonsteel, 
Frederick B., and others— Bippin, Elmer O., 
and others — Griff en. Arthur X. — Jones, Grove 
B. — Bice, Thomas D. 

Azerbaijan. Manufactures Bureau. Persia, 
imports and exports, new trade route; Province 
of Azerbaijan. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 78, 79.) 

Azimuth. 

Hydrographic Office. Azimuth tables, giving 
true bearings of the sun at intervals of 10 
minutes between sunrise and sunset for paral- 
lels of . latitude between 61° N. and 61° S., 
inclusive, by S. Schroeder and W. H. H. 
Southerland. 4th [9th] edition. 1905. 199 
p. 1 il. 4° ([Publication] 71.) 

Same [extracts]. 1906. [48] p. 5 il. 4° 

([Publication] 106.) [For use on Great Lakes.] 

X. Improved methods for finding altitude and 
azimuth, geographical position, and variation 
of compass. 1905. 8 p. 7 il. 4° (Weather 
Bureau. [Publication] 336.) 

Same. (In Monthly weather review, June, 

1905. Aug. 26, 1905. v. 33, p. 242-248, 7 il.) 

Same, 2d article. (In Monthly weather re- 
view, Jan. 1906. Apr. 7, 1906. v. 34, p. 7-9, 
6 il.) 

Azimuth instruments. Ordnance Depart- 
ment. Description of azimuth instrument, 
model of 1900, wi th instructions for i ts care and 
operation. Revised Dec. l t 1905. 1905. 9 p. 
1 pi. 

— Same. Revised Dec. 81, 1906. 1907 . 8 
p. 1 pi. 
Azores. 

Blake, Maxwell. Suggestions for trade with 
• Azores, Madeira, and Canaries. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 126, 
127.) 

HvuROfiRAPHtc Office. Supplement [to] Azores, 
Madeira?, Salvages, Canaries, ami Cape Verde 
l-lunda, 3(1 edition (publication 102. edition of 
1898). 1906. 12 1. 
Pickebell, G. H. Azores, prospect, for pur- 
chases [of Automobiles]. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. May. 1906. no. 308, p. 189, 190.) 

Azres, Samuel, misprint Si -e Ayres. 

Azua, Puerto Viejo de. Hyorographic OfproB. 
Azua, Puerto Viejo de, Ocoa Bay, south coast 
of Santo Domingo, W. I., from reconnoissance 
in 1905 by U. S. S. Denver; chart 2247. Scale 
2000 yds.=10 in. Aug. 1905. 22.4 X 24.2 in. 



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Babb, Cyrus Cates, Hlnderiider, M. C, and 
Hoyt, J. C. Report of progress of stream 
measurements for calendar year 1905: pt. 8, 
Missouri River drainage. 1906. vi + 283 4- 
ii p. 2 il. map. (Geological Survey. Water- 
supply and irrigation paper 172.) 

Same. (H. doc. 756, 59th Cong. 1st 

sees. In v. 81; 5021.) 

Babbitt, Eiwood Garfield. 
Commercial activity [of Japan]. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 
11-13.) 

Crop and prices of [menthol crystals and pepper- 
mint oil] in Japan. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 23, 24.) 
Japanese peanut crop. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 227, 228.) 
Babcock, James B. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10477, to increase pen- 
sion of Babcock. Feb. 20, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 1121, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1614. 
Weiss*. C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 10477, to increase 
pension of Babcock. Jan. 29, 1906. 2p. (H. 

~ In v. A.) Stat. 



rp. 599, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1614. 



Babcock, Joseph Weeks, Representative from 
Wisconsin. See, for reports from Committee 
on District of Columbia, Anacostta Kiver [2] — 

D. C. Bridges [8] — D. C. Conduits — D. C. Po- 
lice Department, Metropolitan— D. C. Street 
railways — D. C. Streets [26] — Potomac River. 
For conference reports, see District of Co- 
lombia, tKreets [8], 

Babcock, Kendric Charles. Land-grant col- 
leges and normal schools. (In Experiment 
Stations Office. Bulletin 164. 1906. p. 117, 
118.) 
Baber, John C. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3309, to increase 
pension of Baber. Feb. 19, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 1457, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1557. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 3309, to increase pension 
of Baber. Feb. 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 691, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1557. 
Baber, Mrs. Margaret. 

Loudenslager, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoringS. 8456, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Baber. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7672, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. E.) ~ 

E. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2746. 

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Baber, Mrs. Margaret — Continued. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 

Pensions, favoring S. 8456, to increase pension 

of Mrs. Baber. Feb. 14, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 

6657, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 

v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2746. 
Baboquivari forest reserve. President of 

United States. Baboquivari forest reserve, 

Arie., proclamation. Nov. 5, 1906. 1 p. 

map, f° 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 3, p. $251, 

map.) 

Baboul Bay. See Bulls Bay. 

Babson, Mrs. Eliza A. See, as secretary, District 
of Columbia, Children's Guardians Board. 

Baby-beef. See Cattle. 

Baca, Saturnino. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee ou 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 13572, to in- 
crease pension of Baca. Mar. 19, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 2369, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1817. 
Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 13572, to increase penr 
sion of Baca. Apr. 2, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2244, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1817. 

Baca County, Colo. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, favoring H. 9343, for resurvey 
of certain townships in county. June 20, 

1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4350, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 2; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 459. 

Rucker, W. W. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, amending H. 9343, for resurvey 
of certain townships in county. June 2, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 4658, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
3; 4908.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 459. 
Bachelder, Leonard A. New Zealand. (In 
Commercial relations, 1905. 1906. .p. 378, 
379.) 

Bachelors, brig. Court op Claims. Conclu- 
sions of law and fact in French spoliation cases 
relating to brig, D. Churchill, master. Jan. 3, 

1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 367, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 51; 8164.) 

Bachman, Charles. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19291, to increase pen- 
sion of Bachman. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6911, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2620. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 19291, to increase 
pension of Bachman. Feb. 7, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 7451, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2620. 



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Bachman, Martin V. B. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 6191, to in- 
crease pension of Bachman. Jan. 8, 1906. 2 
p. (H. rp. 49, 59th Cong, let sees. In v. A.) 

. Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1472. 

McCumbeh, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 6191, to increase pension 
of Bachman. Jan. 30, 1906. 2 p. (S.rp.552, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1472. 
Bach us, Mrs. Julia A. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 13606, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Bachus. Apr. 27, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 
3018, 59th Cong, lit sees. In v. £.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1992. 

Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on.In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 13506, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Bachus. Apr. 4, 1906. 3_p. 
(H. rp. 2851, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1992. 
Bacilli. See Bacteria. 
Bacillus necrophoms. See Bacteria. 
Bacillus typhosus. See Bacteria. 
Back River. 

Berry, J. H. Report from Committee on Com- 
merce, favoring S. 6146, to authorise Back 
River Bridge Company to construct bridge 
across west or smaller division of Ohio River 
[known as Back River} from Wheeling Island, 
W. Va., to Ohio ahore. May 21, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 3643, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 2; 
4908.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 466. 

Gaines, J. H. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, amending 
H. 19856, identical with S. 6149, to authorize 
Back River Bridge Company to construct 
bridge across west or smaller division of Ohio 
River [known as Back River] from Wheeling 
Island, W. Va., to Ohio shore. June 1, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 4643, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
3; 4908.) 
Back River Bridge Company. 

Berry, J. H. Report from Committee on Com- 
merce, favoring S. 6146, to authorize company 
to construct bridge across west or smaller di- 
vision of Ohio River [known as Back River] 
from Wheeling Island, W. Va., to Ohio shore. 
May 21, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3643, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. 2; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 466. 

Gaine 8, J. H. Report from Committee on Inter- 
state and Foreign Commerce, amending H. 
19866, identical with S. 6149, to authorize com- 
pany to construct bridge across west or Smaller 
division of Ohio River [known as Back River] 
from Wheeling Island, W. Va., to Ohio shore. 
June 1, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 4643, 69th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. 3; 4908.) 

Baco, P. I. War Department. Papers in 
claims of certain natives of Calapan and Baco, 
Mindoro, P. I., for property destroyed and 
confiscated, July, 1901-July, 1902. Dec. 12, 
1906. 66 p. (H. doc. 278, 69th Cong. 2d sees . 
In v. 60; 6158.) 

Bacon, Augustus Octavius, Senator from 
Georgia. Article entitled President and Con- 
gress; presented by Mr. Hale. June 30, 1906. 
6 p. (S. doc. 631, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
8; 4916.) [From Independent, Mar. 8, 1906.] 



Bacon, Augustus Octavius— Continued. 
See also, for reports from Committee on Foreign 
Relations, Citizens of United States — Sponge 
[2]. For reports from Committee on Judiciary, 
see Circuit Courts of Appeals — Courts of United 
States, Georgia— Courts of United States, 
South Carolina — Judges. 

Bacon, Mrs. Florence. 

Deeher, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 1373, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Bacon. Jan. 21, 1907. 
2 p. (H. rp. 6453, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2458. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoringH. 1373, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Bacon. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6131, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2458. 

Bacon, Mrs. Margarette R. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 11535, to pension 
Mrs. Bacon. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 
6277, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 1. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2476. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoringH. 11535, to pension Mrs. Bacon. 
Feb. 5, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 6169, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. Inv.O.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2476. 

Bacon, Marshal L. Waterspout near Tarrytown, 
N. Y., July 16, 1904. (In Monthly weather 
review, June, 1906. Sept. 4, 1906. v. 34, p. 
272, 273, 6 il.) 

Bacon, Philip. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 7237, to in- 
crease pension of Bacon. Jan. 9, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 102, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1474. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7237, to increase pension 
of Bacon. Jan. 30, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 521, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1474. 

Bacon, Raymond Fos*. 

Physiologically active constituents of certain 
Philippine medicinal plants. (In Philippine 
journal of science, Dec. 1906. Manila, 1906. 
v. 1, no. 10, p. 1007-36.) 

Waters of crater lakes of Taal Volcano, with note 
on phenomena of radio-activity. (In Philip- 
pine journal of science, May, 1906. Manila, 
1906. v. 1, no. 4, p. 433-437.) 

and Freer, P. C. Action of sodium on acetone. 
(In Philippine journal of Bcience, Feb. 1907. 
Manila, 1907. v. 2, no. 1, [series] A, p. 67-76.) 

and Marshall, H . T. Toxic action of saponin 
[with bibliography]. (In Philippine journal 
of science, Dec. 1906. Manila, 1906. v. 1, 
no. 10, p. 1037-42.) 

Bacon, Robert. See, as special representative of 
United States, Insular Affairs Bureau — as act- 
ing Secretary, State Department. 

Bacon. See Bogs. 

Bacteria. 

Goldberqer. Joseph. Typhoid bacillus car- 
riers [with bibliography]. (In Hygienic Lab- 
oratory. Bulletin 35. 



174.) 



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Bacteria — Continued. 

Mohlbb, J. R., and Morse, G. B. Bacillus 
necrophorus and its economic importance 
[with bibliography]. 1906. p. 76-116. (Ani- 
mal Industry Bureau. Circular 91.) [From 
21st report of Animal Industry Bureau, 1904.] 

and Washburn, H. J. Comparative study 

of tubercle bacilli from varied sources [with 
bibliography]. June 10, 1907. 88 p. 6 pi. 
(Animal Industry Bureau. Bulletin 96.) 

Susceptibility of tubercle bacilli to 

modification [with bibliography], (In Ani- 
mal Industry Bureau. 23dreport, 1906. Feb. 
28,1908. p. 113-163, 4 pi.) 

Same, separate. 1908. iv + 113-163 

p. 4 pi. 

Schroeder, E. C, and Cotton, W. E. Danger 
from tubercle bacilli in environment of tuber- 
culous cattle. May 11, 1907. 24 p. (Animal 
Industry Bureau. Bulletin 99.) 

Experiments with milk artificially in- 
fected with tubercle bacilli. 1906. 19 p. 
(Animal Industry Bureau. Bulletin 86.) 

Stimson, A. M. Longevity of B. typhosus out- 
side of human body [with bibliography], (In 
Hygienic Laboratory. Bulletin 35. Feb. 1907. 
p. 175-191.) 

Stocking, W. A., jr. Bacteriological studies of 
milking machine. (In Animal Industry Bu- 
reau, bulletin 92. Jan. 29, 1907. p. 33- 
55, 6 il.) 

See also Antitoxins — Bees — Blood — Cheese — 
Dairying— Diseases of plants — Dysentery— En- 
zyms — Milk — Phosphorescence — Soil — Vac- 
cination — Water-supply. 

Bacuit, P. I. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Bacuit, northwest coast of Palawan, from 
Spanish survey in 1877. Scale 1 :15,000. 7.8 X 
6.6 in. (On Coast and Geodetic Survey. Pa- 
lawan Island; chart 4346. Aug. 1903.) 

Bad River Reservation. See La Pointe Reserva- 
tion. 

Baden. Bake-shop regulations [in Baden, trans- 
lation; transmitted by Walter C. Schneider], 
(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Mar: 1907. 
no. 318, p. 114, 115.) 

Badger, Mrs. Blanche. 

Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 5855, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Badger. May 29, 1906. 2_p. 
(H. rp. 4544, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. H.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2135. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 5856, to 
increase pension of Mrs. Badger. May 7, 1906. 
2 p. (S. rp. 3415, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2135. 

Badger, Nathaniel L. 

Calderbead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 923, to in- 
crease pension of Badger. Feb. 3, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 872, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1498. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring S. 923, to increase pension of 
Badger. Jan. 15, 1906. lp. (S. rp. 188, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 
2, p. 1498. 



Badges. See Army and Navy Union oi Halted 
States— Benevolent and Protective Order of 
Elks — District of Colombia, Military societies. 

Badley, Henry. See Underwood, Nelson O., and 
others. 

Badley, N. A., and others. See Underwood, Nel- 
son O., and others. 

Baehr, Max Joseph. 

Banking [etc. in Cuba]. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 152-154.) 
Cienfuegos [1905]. (In Commercial relations. 

1905. 1906. p. 294, 295.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [19081. p. 
128-131.) 

Conditions at Cienfuegos. (In American Re- 
publics Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1906. 
v. 23, p. 648-650.) 

Cuba, mineral resources. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 58, 59.) 

Cuban hemp trade. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 178, 179.) 

Henequen industry [of Cuba]. (In American 
Republics Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1907. 
v. 24, p. 142-144.) 

Island of Cuba. (In Monthly cons, and trad* 
rp. May, 1906. no. 308, p. 169-172.) 

Island of Cuba, hardware and agricultural imple- 
ments. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 

1906. no. 304, p. 155-158.) 

Republic of Cuba. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. 48-50.) 
Sugar industry [in] Cuba. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 18, 19.) 
Sugar production, operations in Cuba. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. Feb. 1907. no. 

317, p. 123, 124.) 

Baggage. 

Shbeman, J. S. Report from Committee on In- 
terstate and Foreign Commerce, amending H. 
20017, to regulate checking of baggage by 
common carriers. June 8, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4904 , 59th Cong, tat sees. In v. 3; 4*08.) 

Treasury Department. Extension of cour- 
tesies to persons arriving from foreign coun- 
tries. Apr. 1, 1907. 1 p. 4» (Dept. circular 
24, 1907; Division of Customs.) 

Bagley, Belle Worth. See, as joint author, 
Coons, Altha T. 

Bagley, Mrs. Mary. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 6133, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Bagley. Feb. 6, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 935, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1583. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoringH. 6133, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Bagley. Feb. 20, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1164, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat, L, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1583> 

Bags. Treasury Department. Marking of bags 
exported with benefit of drawback. Sept. 1, 
1905. 1 p. 4° (Dept. circular 93, 1905; Divi- 
sion of Customs.) 

Baguio, P. I. Burnham, D. H., and Andbbsbv, 
Pierce. Preliminary plan of Baguio. (In 
Philippine Commission. 6th report, [Nov. 



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Baguio, P. I.— Continued. 

1904- Oct.] 1905 [with reports of departments, 
bureau officers, 1905, etc.]. 1906. pt. 3, 
p. 405, 406.) 
See also Hay, John, Camp. 

Bahama grass. See Bermuda grass. 

Bahama Islands. Hydrographic Office. Nav- 
igation of Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea; 
y. 1, 6th edition, West India Islands, includ- 
ing Bermuda Islands and Bahama Banks; [re- 
vised by Harry Kimmell]. 1905. 747 p. 14 
il. 2 pi. 2 maps. ([Publication] 86.) 
Same, addenda. [1905.] 9 1. 

Bahia. Brazil. New mining law of state of 
Bahia [translation of law]. (In American Re- 
publics Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1906. 
v. 22, p. 1689-98.) 
See also Diamonds. 

Bahia, Brazil. See Plague. 

Bail, Oskar. See Immunity from disease. 

Bailey, Mrs. Adaline Q. 
Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 22089, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Bailey. Jan. 21, 1907. 
1 p. (H. rp. 6467, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2530. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions', favoring H. 22089, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bailey. Feb. 6, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6252, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2530. 

Bailey, Addie L. See, as heir, Webber, William 
O. 

Bailey, Mrs. Annis. 
Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 722, to pen- 
sion Mrs. Bailey. May 7, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
3323, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2112. 
Smith, S.W. Report from Committee on Invalid 
Pensions, favoring S. 722, to pension Mrs. 
Bailey. May 29, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 4456, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat- L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2112. 

Bailey, E. Monroe. Report on frail products, 
determination of water in dried fruits. (In 
Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 99. 1906. p. 
40-42.) 

Bailey, Mrs. Elizabeth L. W. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from' Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1664, to increase 



non of Mrs. Bailey. May 29, 1906. 1 p 

In v. G. 



(H. rp. 4467, 59th Cong. 1st 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2116. 

Burnhah, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 1664s, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bailey. May 14, 1906. 1 p. 
(8. rp. 3518, 59th Cong. lBt sees. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2116. 
Bailey, Everett E. 

Ensenada. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 
1907 [1908]. p. 91.) 

Lower California [Ensenada]. (In Monthly cons- 
and trade rp. Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 45.) 
Bailey, Franklin H. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 20962, to increase pension Of 
Bailey. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5386, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2395. 



Bailey, Franklin H.— Continued 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 20962, to in- 
crease pension of Bailey. Dec. 11,1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 5371, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2395. 

Bailey, Mrs. Ida D. See, as treasurer. District of 
Columbia, Homo for Destitute Colored Women 
and Children. 

Bailey, Joseph. 

Burkett, E. J 1 . Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 6516, to increase pension 
of Bailey. Feb. 15, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 995, 
59th Cong. lBt sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1586. 

Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 6516, to in- 
crease pension of Bailev. Jan. 20, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 412, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1586. 

Bailey, Levi S. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7357, to increase 
pension of Bailey. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (BL. 
rp. 7860, 59th Cong. 2d eess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2710. 

Taliaferro, I. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 7357, to increase pension 
of Bailey. Jan. 28, 1907. 2 p. (8. rp. 5569, 
5»th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2710. 

Bailey, Liberty Hyde. 

Rural school, how can farmers' institute aid in 
improving? (In Experiment Stations Office. 
Bulletin 182. Apr. 5, 1907. p. W-56.) 

To what extent should degrees in land-grant col- 
leges be severely technical and scientific? (In 
Experiment Stations Office, Bulletin 164. 
1906. p. 99-102.) 

Bailey, Lorenzo A. Dubois, F. T. Report from 
Committee on Indian. Affairs, favoring S. 3139, 
for relief of Bailoy. Mar. 1, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 1422, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) 

Bailey, Martha. See Hannah, B., and others. 

Bailey, Nancy. See Lamar, C. B., and others. 

Bailey, Vernon. 

Biological survey of Texas. Oct. 24, 1905. 222 
p. 24 il. 10 pi. 6 maps. (Biological Survey 
Bureau. North American fauna 25.) 

Birds known to eat boll weevil. 1905. 16 p. 
(Biological Survey Bureau. Bulletin 22.) 

Destruction of deer by northern timber wolf. 
May 4, 1907. 2 p. (Biological Survey Bu- 
reau. Circular 58.) 

Directions for destruction of wolves and coyotes. 
Mar. 13, 1907. 6 p. (Biological Survey Bu- 
reau. Circular 55.) 

Same. [Reprint] Apr. 17, 1907. 6 p. 

Wolves in relation to stock, game, and national 
forest reserves. Jan. 19, 1907. 31 p. 5 il. 3 pi. 
(Forest Service, Bulletin 72.) 

Bailey, William. Spight, Thomas. Report from 
Committee on War Claims, submitting H. R. 
292, to refer H. 13066, for relief of heirs of 
Bailey, to Court of Claims. Feb. 21, 1906. 1 
p. (H. rp. 1585, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) 



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Bailey, William a. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18771, to increase pen- 
sion of Bailey. Jan. 22, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5251, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2369. 

Sctlloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
r Invalid Pensions, amending H. 18771, to in- 
crease pension of Bailey. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5128, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2369. 
Bailie, Qilbert. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring S. 7058, to increase pension of 
Bailie. Jan. 21, 1907 . 2 p. (S. rp. 6130, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2696. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 7058, to increase 
pension of Bailie. Feb. 19, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7831, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In y. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2696. 

Bailiffs. See Courts of United States. 

Bailor, William A. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 1689, to increase pen- 
sion of Bailor. June 5, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
4007, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2167. 

Sullowat, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 1689, to in- 
crease pension of Bailor. May 22, 1906. 2 
(H. rp. 4391, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2157. 

Bain, Harry Foster. 

Nevada zinc deposit. (In Geological Survey. 
Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 166-169.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to tin, platinum, lead, and zinc, 
[calendar year] 1905.) 

Zinc and lead deposits of upper Mississippi Val- 
ley [with bibliography]. 1906 [1907J. xi + 
155 + vi p. 45 il. 6 pi. 11 maps, 2 in pocket. 
(Geological Survey. Bulletin 294.) 

Same. (H. doc. 933, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
78; 6018.) 

Same, without plates and maps. 1907. xii + 
165 p. 45 il. (Wisconsin Geological and Nat- 
ural History Survey. Bulletin 19.) [This is 
a special State edition of Geological Survey 
Bulletin 294 and is printed at the Government 
Printing Office.] 

Zinc and lead ores, [calendar year] 1905. 1906. 
18 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral re- 
sources, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 379-392.) 

Bainbridge, William B. President of United 
States. Executive order [authorizing ap- 
pointment to position of special agent of Treas- 
ury Department of Bainbridge and others]. 
Feb. 24, 1906. 1 p. f° 

Bainbridge-Hoff, Mrs. Juliet A. See Hofl. 

Balrd, Mrs. Julia C. R. 
Debmer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7389, to pension 
Mrs. Baird. Jan. 30, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 
7054, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2449. 



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Baird, Mrs. Julia C. R.— Continued. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 7339, to pension Mrs. 
Baird. Jan. 14,1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 4945, 69th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 2449. 
Baird, Louis A. 
Loudenslaqer, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, amending S. 5001, to increase 
pension of Baird. Jan. 10, ,1907. 2 p. (H. 
. 6198, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2264. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 5001, to increase pen- 
sion of Baird. Dec. 17, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
4653, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2264. 
Baird, Samuel W. Capron, A. B. Report from 
Committee on Military Affairs, adverse to H. 
13944, to amend military record of Baird. 
May 10, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 3999, 59th Gong. 
1st sess. In v. G.) 
Balrd, William. 
Cariiack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18247, to increase pen- 
sion of Baird. Jan. 22, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 

5237, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2366. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 18247, to increase 
pension of Baird. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H.rp. 
6126, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
V. 84, pt. 2, p. 2366. 
Baits, Taylor, alias. See Bates. 
Baity, William Q. 

Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18179, to increase pen- 
sion of Baity. Jan. 22, 1907 . 2 p. (8. rp. 

5238, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2365. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 18179, to increase 
pension of Baity. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5135, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2365. 
Baker, Andrew J. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 14112, to increase pen- 
sion of Baker. Mar. 19, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1855, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. h. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1759. 

Dickbon, F. S. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 14112, to increase pension 
of Baker. Feb. 21, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 1662, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 0.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1759. 
Baker, Andrew J. 

Holliday, E. 8. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 11101, to in- 
crease pension of Baker. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 781, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1619. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11101, to increase pen- 
sion of Baker. Feb. 27, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
1380, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1619. 
Baker, Carl P. 

Classification of American siphonaptera [with 
bibliography]. (In National Museum. Pro- 
ceedings. 1906. v. 29, p. 121-170, no. 1417.) 

Same, separate. 1905. 



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Baker, Carl F.— Continued. • ' • i 

Ooourrence of throat bot jgaatrophilua naaslis L.] 
in Cuba. (In Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 
67. Nov. 26, 1907. p. 117.) 

Remarkable habits of important predaceous fly, 
ceratopogon eriophoruffWill. (In Entomology 
Bureau. Bulletin 67. Nov. 26, 1807. p. 117, 
118.) 

Some notes on leprosy in Havana. (In En- 
tomology Bureau. Bulletin 67. Nov. 25, 
1907. p. 118, 119.) 

Baker, David Jewett, jr. See, as officer com- 
manding provisional district, Philippine Is- 
lands, Constabulary Bureau. 

Baker, E. See, as administrator, Wimberly, 

Louis, and others. 
Baler, Edward Cartetoiu Loose packing {of 

goods for export to China) invites pilfering. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr- 1907, 

no. aid, p. 149-151.) 

Baker, Edwin N. 

Bradley, T. \V. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 918, to increase 
pension of Baker. Apr. 23, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 3478, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1919. 

Buhnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 918, to increase pension 
of Baker. Apr. 9, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 2412, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1919. 

Baker, Evan H. 

Dixon. Likcoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 21015, to in- 
crease pension of Baker. Dec. 11, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5404, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. t. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2396. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 21015, to increase pension 
of Baker. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5360, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. E. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2396. 

Baker, Frank. See, as superintendent, National 
Zoological Park. 

Baker, George A. 

Bobnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 3403, to increase pension 
«f Baker. Feb. 20, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1168, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. £. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1571. 

Sullowat, C. A. Report from Committee, on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. ' 3403, to in- 
crease pension of Baker, Feb, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 951, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In vi B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1571. 

Baker, Oeorge W. ; ; 

Dixon, Lwccojc. Rebort from Committee on 

.Invalid Pensions, favoring 8. 7503, to increase 
' p^nsrori'tof BaW. Feb7l9, 1907. 1 p. (H. 

rp. 7883, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v.' E.) Stat. 

£,.v.94,pt. 2yp.?7W, ; , 

' Pttss, S. p. ! Report from Committee <m Pen- 
: sfons, amending 8: 7808, to increase pension of 

Baker. Jam. »,' 190T: 2 p.'-(S. rp. 5613, 
.-, ,m Congee*, . In y. B.) Stat.&,v.,84, 
.., pt.3,p.,»lf>.,. 

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Baker, Isaac. • >• 

OtABiN, J. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoringB. 11214, to pension Baker. 
Mar. 21, 1906. 2 p. .(S. rp. 1978, 59tb Cong, 
let sess. In v. £>.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1743. 

Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 11214, t© pension 
Baker. Feb. 20, 1906. 2 p. (B.rp. 1546,59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1743. 

Baker, J. S. See Fortier, Samuel. 
Baker, Jacob. See, as surviving partner, Dela- 
ware, brig— fair American, brig. 

Baker, James W. 

Aiken. Wvatt. Report fro'm Committee on 
Pensions, amending H- 9955, to pension Baker. 
Feb. 21, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 1652, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1697. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 9955, to pension Baker, 
Mar. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1718, 59th Congi 
1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1697. 

Baker, John. See Wimberly, loots, and others. 
Baker, John, alias. See Remington, Dennis. 

Baker, John A. 

Bradley, T, W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 17307, to increase 
pension of Baker. Jan. 28, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6828, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat, 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2616. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 17307, to increase pen- 
sion of Baker. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6889, 59th Cong. 2d Bess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2616. 

Baker, Joseph. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 1967, to in- 
crease pension of Baker. Feb. 12, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1161, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. 1>. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1672. 

La Foixettb, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 1967, to increase pen- 
sion of Baker. Mar. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1605, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1672. 

Baker, Marcus. Geographic dictionary of Alaska. 
' 2d edition prepared by James McCormick. 
1906. 690 + it p. (Geological Survey. Bul- 
letin 299.) 

Same. (H. doc. 938, 59th Cbag. IWseas.- In r. 
78; WW.) 

Baker, Mrs. Mary A. 

Bcrmhav^H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 3763, to increase pension 
of Mrs, Baker. Dec. 18, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
4694 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2261. 

Sdllowat, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3763, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Baker. Jan, 8, 1907, 1 bl 
• ittL.rn. 5943. fifttb Cpng. 2d sees. , In V. F.) 

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Baker, Mm. Mary E. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute 8. 4879, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Baker. May 7, 1906. 
2 p. (S. rp. 3322, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In 
v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2126. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 4879, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Baker. May 29, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 4506, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. H.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2126. 
Baker, Morton Whitlock. Report on plague 
hospital, Bahia, Brazil. (In Medicine and 
Surgery Bureau. Report, 1905. 1905. p. 
183, 184.) 
Baker, Orlando Harrison. 

New South Wales [1905]. (In Commercial rela- 
tions, 1905. 1906. p. 375.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. 
p. 452-454.) 

State of New South Wales. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 75, 76.) 

Baker, Mrs. Parthenia W. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 3125, to pension Mrs. 
Baker. Feb. 12, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 862, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1653. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3125, to pension 
Mrs. Baker. Mar. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
2057, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1653. 

Baker, Paul. 
Loudenslager, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 6266, to increase pen- 
sion of Baker. Jan. 10, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
6188, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2273. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 6266, to increase pen- 
sion of Baker. Dec. 17, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
4692, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2273. 

Baker, Samuel. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 7105, to increase 
pension of Baker. Jan. 30, 1907. Z p. (H. 
rp. 7039, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2445. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring 8. 7105, to increase pension, of 
Baker. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (S- rp. 4717, 59th 
Cong. 2d seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2445. 

Baker, Solomon H. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 1865, to increase pension 
of Baker. May 7, 1906. X■P,^ (S. rp. 3395; 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Sfat. L. v. 34, 
pt. Z, p f 2117. 

' .Sulloway, C. A. Report from Cpmmjttee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1865, to increase 
pension of Baker. May 29, 1906. 1 p. (H. 

,; rp. 4470, 59th Cong. 1st Bead.. Inv.0.) Stat. 
E: v. 34, pt. 2, p/2117. 

Baker, Mrs. Susan. 
'Aiken, Wyatt. Report ftom ; Committee on ^Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 22328, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Baker. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
7346, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2756. 



Baker, Mrs. Susan— Continued. 

Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22328, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Baker. Feb. 20, 1907. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 7015, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2756. 
Baker, William M. 

Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 16895, to increase pen- 
sion of Baker. Jan. 22, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
5244, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2361. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 16895, to increase 
pension of Baker. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5145, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2361. 
Baker & Comegys. See Delaware, brig— lair 

American, brig. 
Baker City, Oreg. 

Dryden, J. F. Report from Committee on 
Public Buildings and Grounds, amending S. 
1792, for public building at Baker City. Feb. 
22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1208, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 1; 4904.) 

Kittredge, A. B. Report from Committee on 
Judiciary, amending by substitute S. 275, to 
divide Oregon into 2 judicial districts (and for 
terms of court at Baker City]. Feb. 16, 1907. 
2 p. (S. rp. 6696, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 
6061.) 

Baker Inlet. Hydrographic Office. Ports in 
Baker Inlet, Chile, from Chilean survey is 
1900; chart 2051. July, 1905. 22.6 X 25.4 in. 
[For list of separate charts on this sheet, see 
Hydrographic Office.] 

Bakeries. Baden. Bake-shop regulations [in 
Baden, translation: transmitted t>y Walter C. 
Schneider]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 114, 115.) 

Bakers. War Department. Letter recom- 
mending establishment of prizes for enlisted 
men of Army who graduate from army school 
for bakers and cooks. Jan. 27, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. doc. 488, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 47; 
4987.) 

Bakersfield, Cal. Geological Survby. Cali- 
fornia, Bakersfield special map, lat. 36° 22' 
SO"-35° 37' SO", long. 11«° b¥ 90"-119° V 
30". Scale 1:62,500, contour interval 20 ft. 
Edition of Jan. 1906. 17.5 X 14.3 in. 

Baking. See Bread. 
Baking-powder. Allen, 
•wders [1906' 




W. M. Report on 
(In Chemistry Bu- 



;ulletin 105. June 29, 1907. p. 28, 



Balabac Island. Coast and Gmdetm Subveis. 

B*rbors of Balabac Island', P. t.; chart, 4347. 
. ..Dec, 1905. 23X27 .6 in, jForMsjt of separate 

charts on this sheet, see Coast and Geodetic 

Survey.] 

Balabac Strait. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
' Balabac Strait, Pw l„ from' British .surveys; in 
1868, 1869. 1889; chart 4309. Mercator pro- 
jection. Nov. 1906;, .. • 41..ft X *U4 m- . ■ 

Bahryah, Pf I. Coas* and Gieorarid Susvet. 
Balayan, southwest coast of Luzon, from sur- 
vey in 1905. Scale li 10,000. .W.4jX 11.9 in. 

iOn Coast and Geodetic Survey. Verde Island 
>aseage; chart 4257. Mar. 1907.) 



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Balboa, Canal Zone. See Plague. 

Bald Mountain. Geological Survey. Bald 

Mountain-Dayton folio, Wyo. 1906. 15 p. 

7 il. 2_pl. 7 maps, large 4° (Geologic atlas of 

United States 141.) 
Baldwin, David Henry. See, as joint author, 

Gannett, Samuel Stinson. 
Baldwin, Frank Dwight. See, as commanding 

general, Southwestern Division. 
Baldwin, George Everett. 
[Hop crop of the world for 1906.] (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 

186, 187.) 

Hop industry. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Dec. 1906. no. 316, p. 178, 179.) 

Nuremberg. (In Commercial relatione, 1905. 
1906. p. 436.) 

See Brown, William 0., and 



See, as heir, Bradley, Robert. 



Baldwin, Hadley. 

others. 
Baldwin, Hiram. 
Baldwin, John R. 

Bennett, J. B. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 16992, to increasepen- 
sion of Baldwin. Mar. 20, 1906. lp. (H. rp. 
2723, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2037. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 16992, to increase pen- 
sion of Baldwin. Apr. 30, 1906. lp. (S; rp. 
3201, 59th Cong. 1st sew. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2037. 

Baldwin, Joseph De France. See, as heir, 
Bradley, Robert. 

Baldwin, Mrs. Julia. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 1962, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Baldwin. Apr. 10, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 3046, 59th Cong. 1st seBs. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1828. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 1962, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Baldwin. Mar. 26, 1906. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 2016, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1828. 

Baldwin, Mrs. Julia T. 
S amubl, E . W. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 20615, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Baldwin. Jan. 24, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6667, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2579. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 20615, to increase pension of 
Mrs.. Baldwin, Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
6381, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2579. 

Baldwin, Rtcfccrd Robert/. S«e, as beuv Stan- 
ley, Robert. ' 

Baldwin, Robert C. ■ See, as disbursing officer of 
Municipal Board, Manila, -i 

Baldwin, Thomas T. 

, : iCarmack> -R,,W. Report from Committee on 
■ ; Pensions, favoring_H- 22650, to increase pen 
sion of Baldwin. Feb. 20, 1907. 
7036, 59th Cong. 2d sess 
1 34-.pt. '2; p. 2700. 



2 p. (S. rp. 
In v., D.) Stat. L. 



Deemer.' Eija8 . Report from Committee <m In- 
, . valid Pensions, attending H . 22650, to increase 
win. . Feb, 2, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
!ong.2dse*7 In v, t<.f J3tat. 



'pension of 1 
"fp. 7211, 59 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2760. 



Baldwin and Dague Lumber Company. 

Adamson, W. C. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 
20407, to authorize company to construct 
bridge across St. Francis River in Arkansas. 



June 28, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 5068, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. 3; 4008.) Stat. \. v. 34, pt. 
1, p. 819. 



Baldwin County, Ala. Richardson, William. 
Report from Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce, amending H. 13548, to 
authorize commissioners' court of county to 
construct bridge across Perdido River at [or 
near] Waters Ferry. Feb. 9, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 1115, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 79. 
Baleen. See Whalebone. 
Balew, Mrs. Elizabeth. 
Aiken, Wyatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 24620, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Balew. Jan. 24, 1907; 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6652, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2594. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 24620, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Balew. Feb. 8, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6494, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2594. 

Baling. See Cotton— Packing. 

Balingasag Anchorage. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey. Balingasag Bay, north coast of Min- 
danao, from Spanish Burvey in 1863. Scale 
1:40,000. 8.5 X 4 in. (On Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey. Mindanao: chart 4644. July, 
1905.) 

Balintang Channel. Coast and Geodetic Sur- 
vey. Batan Islands and channels between 
Formosa and Luzon, P. I., compiled from 
United States and foreign sources, Mercator 
projection; with iuBet, Part of Batan Islands, 
including Santo Domingo and Ibana, scale 
1: 40,000; chart4710. July,1905. 41.5 X 30.9 
and 22.5 X 16.5 in. 

Balkam, Henry Q. President of United 
States. Executive order [authorizing chang- 
ing of Btatus of Balkam from skilled laborer to 
clerk in CensuB Bureau]. Dec. 31, 1906. 
1 p. f» 

Ball, Carleton Roy. 
Saccharine sorghums for forage. 1906. 37 p. 7 il. 

(Plant Industry Bureau; Agriculture Dept., 

Farmers' bulletin 246.) 
Soy bean varieties. May 27; 1907. 30 p. 2 il. 

5 pi. (Plant Industry Bureau. Bulletin 98.) 

Ball, D. A., and others. Richardson, William. 
Report from Committee on Interstate and For- 
eign Commerce, favoring H. 2504 6, to authorize 
construction of bridge aertjes Mississippi River 
at Louisiana, Mo. |bv Ball and others], Feb. 
5, 1907. 1 p. (H.'rp. 7292, 69th Cong. 2d 
fvm. In v. 2; 6066.) Stat. h. v. 34, pt. 1, 

P.«33. ; • . 

Ball, Elmer Darwin. Control of codling moth in 
arid regions. (In Entomology JtareaBti , Bufr 

. letn 67, N*Yu 26, p. 55-75, 4 il.) ; 

Bail, Frank jWorrM. . Present daV climates in 
their time relation. (In Monthly! weathef re- 
view, May, 1906, Aug. 22, 1906; vi 34, p. 
201-205.) " ■ - "■ 



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Ball, John E, 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7396, to increase pension 
of Ball. Mar. j^Jflflfo-y-AJh. JS. rp. 1601, 
59th Cong, J**^^ to < C!> '"!??»t t t. v. 34, 
pt. 2, - ' ' •'■ ' ■ ' '• 

Wbisse.jC. Ik Report from Commfttfee 
valid Pensions, |amfndihg BtflSW, to ine! 
pensicfa of Rail.' tfeb. 12, VM? V p.„. ( 
1139, SUcuMg. 1st seas. In v. B ,),'-<§ 
v.34,pt.^ B ^m. . ,«,.-. \>i- 
Ball, Joseph. ^eeUmeJoka'Butlerrbrig 
Ball, Lytle. See Hannah, B., and others. 

Ball, Sydney Hobart. 
Copper deposits of Hartville uplift, Wyo. 
bibliography]. (In Geological Survey, 
letin 315. 1907. p. 93-107.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to copper, [calendar year] 1906.) 

Geologic reconnaissance in southwestern Nevada 
and eastern California [with bibliography]. 
1907. 218 + vi p. 17 il. 2 pi. map. (Geolog- 
ical Survey. Bulletin 308.) 

Same. (H. doc. 61, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
58; M61.) 

Graphite in Haystack Hills, Laramie County, 
Wyo. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 315. 
1907. p. 426-428.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to mica, graphite, etc., [calendar year] 
1906.) 

Hartville iron-ore range, Wyo. [with bibliog- 
raphy]. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 
315. 1907. p. 190-205, 1 il.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to iron and manganese ores, [calendar 
year] 1906.) 

Mica in Hartville uplift, Wyo. (In Geological 
Survey. Bulletin 315. 1907. p. 423-425.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to mica, graphite, etc., [calendar year] 
1906.) •. 

Notes on ore deposits of southwestern Nevada 
and eastern California. (In Geological Survey. 
Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 53-73, 1 il.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey- . Investigation! 
relating to gold and silver, [calendar year! 
; 1905.) , 

Portland cement materials in eastern Wyoming. 
(In Geological Survey. Bulletin 315. 1907. 
p. 232-244,, 2 il.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to Portland, natural, and puzpolan 
cement, [calendar year] 1906 ) 

Titanifarou* iron ore of Iron Mountain, Wyo. 
[with bibliography]. (In Geological Survey. 
I . Bulletin 8l£. 1907. p. 206-212.) 

Same; (Pn Geological IJurvey. Investigations 
relating to iron and manganese ores, [calendar 
.,; uymimM: : ■ ..i .«.,.:! 
Ballantyne, Charles. 

Bradley, T. W. Report: from Committee on 
,• - Invalid Pensions fevering. Wtf* to,**- 
,, .crease peneion of Ballantyne^, Jan „ 7, 1907. 

2. p. (H,rp. 6735, S9th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
" 1 tt) ' Stat. L. v.' 34, pt. 2, p. 



Ballantyne, Charles— Continued. 

Piles, S. H, Report from Committee en Pen<. 
sions, favoring H. 20715, to Increase pension of 
Ballantyne. Jan. 25, 1907. 2 p, (S- rp. 
5456, 69th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2392. 
Ballard, Henry. 

Buhnham, H. E. Report from Commfttee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 174T6, to increase peai- 
sion of Ballard. May 31, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3937, 59th Cong, lstraeas. Ia v. G.) "StaB. U 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2090. 

Sulioway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 17476; to in- 
crease pension of Ballard. May 8, 1906. lj>. 
(H. rp. 3888, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2090, 
Ballard, Silas H. 

Macon, R. B> Repwt from <>jauntttee, on Bear 
sions, amending H. 10450, to increase pension 
of Ballard. . Mar. 1, 1906. 1 p, (H. rp. J802, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C. J ' Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1740. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10450, to increase pen- 
sion of Ballard. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2144, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1740. 

Ballenger, Reuben R. 

Dickson, F. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 14677, to pension Bal- 
lenger. Mat. 15, 1906. 4 p. (H. rp. 2310, 
59th.Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Slat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1900*. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 14677, to pension Bal 1 - 
lenger. Apr. 17, 1906. 3 p. (8. rp. 2708, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1900. 
Ballentyne, C. Q. Rapid-transit service [in 
Honolulu] . (In Hawaii . Report of governor, 
1905. 1905. p. 86, 87.) 

Same. (In Interior Dept. Reports, 1905, gov- 
ernors of Territories, etc. 1905 [1906]. p. 
300,301.) 
Ballew, Francis M. 

Galubrhead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, amending H. 13573, to 
increase pension of Ballew. Mar. 19, 1906. 2 

&(H. rp. 2399, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1804. . 
Shoot, Rqed. < Report from. Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 13573, to increase pension of 
Ballew. Apr. 2, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 2234, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat, t, v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1804. 

Balttnger, George Wv - So* RnistWt,. JUebutL 

and others. < h 

Ballistics. See frrotoctttes. '- i . f 

Balloons. 

Aerq Clup of America. 1 As^en^bhs mad** *ry 
members of dub from formation 1 to d*t*-. (In 
• Monthly weather review, June,, 1*06. Sept. 
</ i t 1906. v. 34, p. 280-282.) 

Albert I, H. C. G., Prince de Jfenaqo., Sound- 
. . jng and pilot balloons over the ocean. ,(In 

Monthly weather review: Oct. 1905, Dec. 19, 
"l' 1995. v.. 33,. p. 438, 439. V [Translated from 
. jComptes rendusde] l'AcaoVe'hile des Sciences, 

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BaMoons--OI)iit5ii\i£!d.- -" " "-' 

Hanzlik, StanisIav. Results of work done at 
aeronautical observatory of Royal Prussian 
Meteorological Institute, Jan. 1, 1908-Dec. 31, 
1904. (In Monthly weather review, Nov. 
190&. Jan. 19, 1906. v. 83, p. 476.) 

HmAs, F, Ov Pilot balloon* tnd'aitper winds 
fffflh note by Clereterid Abbe]. (In Monthly 
weather review, Sept. 1906. Dec. 4, 1906. 
v. 34, p. 414.) 
Bailou, Lyman. 

HansbroOoh, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pub he Lands, favoring H. 23889, to issue 
deed of conveyance to Bailou to lands in 
Custer County, S. Dak. Jan. 33, 1907. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 5319, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 891. 

Martin, E- W. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, favoring H. 23889, to issue deed 
of conveyance to Bailou to lands in Custer 
County, S. Dak. Jan. 15, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6395, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
E. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 891. 
Balseiro & Qiorgetti. Porto Rico. Ordinance 
of Executive Council [enacted Feb. 3, 1906] 
granting right [to Balseiro & Giorgettil to 
bridge Manati River. Feb. 28, 1906. 3 p. 
(H. doc. 572, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 48; 
49*8.) 

Baltimore, George Calvert, 1st Baron. See 
Calvert. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Commerce and Labor Department. Estimate 
of appropriation for establishment of Fort 
McHenry Channel range lights. Mar. 12, 
1908. 2 p. (H. doc; 609, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 49; 4989.) 

Hoxie, R. L. Annual report upon improvement 
of Patapsco River ana Baltimore Harbor, of 
rivers and harbors in Maryland on eastern 
shore of Chesapeake Bay, of Nanticoke River, 
and of Broad Creek River, 1905. (In En- 
gineer Dept. Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, 
p. 186-202, 1125-47.) 

Same, separate. 

— Same, 1906. (In same, 1908. 1906. pt. 1, 
p. 196-215, 1071-90.) 

Same, separate. 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. 

Ali.ee, J. F. Report from Committee on Dis- 
trict of Columbia, adverse to S. 6391, similar 
to H. 19682, to permit extension and construc- 
tion of railroad sidings in District. June 21, 
1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4358, 59th (Jong. 1st sess, 
In v. 2; 4906.) 

— r Report from Committee on District of 
Columbia, amending H. 19682, to permit ex- 
tension and construction of railroad sidings in 
District. June 21, 1906. 3 p. (S. rp. 4363, 
59th Cong, let sess. In v, 2) 4905.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 521. 

Morrell, E . Da V . Report from Committee on 
District of Columbia, submitting H. 19682, to 
'permit extension and construction of railroad 
, sidings in District, as 'substitute for H. 19077. 
May 25,1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 4429, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 3; 4908.) Stat. Ii. p«. 1) 
>.5». ; • 

See also Dhrtrlci Of Columbia, TTnlon Station— 
Pennsylvania Uallroad, and others. 



Baltimore and Potomac Railroad. 'SeeDfsw 
': trlct of Ool ttmbia, trhion Station. 

Baltimore and Washington Transit Com- 
, pany. 

Report for year ended Dec. 31, 1905. Feb. 5, 

1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 188, 59th Cong. 1st sees. 
In v, 5; 4918.) 

' Same for year" ended Dec. 31, 1906. Feb. 4,' 

1907. 2 p. (S. doc. 283, 59th Cons. 2d see*., 
In v. 5; 6078.) 

Galling eh, J. H. Report from Committee on 
District of Columbia, amending H. 22133, 
similar to 8. 8486, to amend act to authorize 
company to enter District. Feb. 28, 1907. 
4 p. (S. rp. 7320, 59th <"ong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 
5061.) 

Greene, W. S. Report from Committee on Dis- 
trict of Columbia, amending H. 22123, to 
amend act to authorize company to enter Dis- 
trict. Jan. 25, 1907. 4 p. (H. rp. 6736, 59th, 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 6064.) 

Whyte, W. P. Report from Committee on Dis- 
trict of Columbia, favoring S. 8486, similar to 
H. 22123, to amend act to authorize company 
to enter District. Feb. 16, 1907 . 3 p. (S, 
rp. 6690, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 6060.) 

— — Report from Committee on District of 
Columbia, adverse to S. 8368, similar to S. 
8486, to amend act to authorize company to 
enter District. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p.' (S. rp. 
7137, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 6061.) 

Baltimore Insurance Company. Court of 
Claims. Conclusionsof law and fact in French 
spoliation cases [of David Stewart and John E. 
Semm.es, receivers of company, for seisure of] 
schooner Farmer, Nathan S. Thompson, mas- 
ter. Dec. 11, 1905. 2 p. (H. doc. 101, 69th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 45; 4986.) 

Baltzell, Henry. See, as receiver, Jason, brig. 

Bamberg County, S.C. Patterson, J. O. Re- 
port from Committee on War Claims, sub- 
mitting H. R. 751, to refer H. 19423, for relief 
of Bethesda Baptist Church, Bamberg County, 
to Court of ClaimB. Jan. 14, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6223, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 

Bambush, John P. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 2091, to increase pension 
of Bambush. Feb. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
866, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v: 34, pt. 2, p. 1647. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
. Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 2091, to increase 
pension of Bambush. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p, 
(H. rp. 2034, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In V. Vl) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1647. 

Banana Creek. Hydroghaphic Offiob. Kongo 
■ River and adjacent creeks, west coast of 
Africa, from [British] surveys, 1825* 1875 [and] 
1899, scale naut. m.— 1-in.; with inset, Banana 
Creek, surveyed by H. M. S. Rambler, 1899, 
j scale naut. m,"*4in:;KongoRiver,scaIenaut. 
m.=0.4 in.; chart 2284. May, 1906. 29.2 X 
39.8, 9.3 X 8.9, and 8,7 X 15.8 in. 
Bananas. 

Acbeson, E. F. Costa Rica and banana -trade. 
(In American . Republics Bureau. Moathlw 



bulletin. 
Observer, 



1907.' v. 24. p. 1125-29.) [FVoni 
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Bananas— Continued. , 
Vicars, H. Banana industry of Hawaii. (In 
Hawaii. Report of governor, 1905. 1905, 
p. 81, 82.) 

■ Same. (In Interior Dept. Reports, 1905, 

governors of Territories, etc. 1905 [1906]. 
p. 295, 296.) 

Bancos. See Colorado River of the West— Bio 

Grande. 
Bancroft, John W. 

Gudger, J. M., jr. Report froni Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 5642, to in- 
crease pension of Bancroft. Jan. 13, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 190, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1469. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 5642, to increase pension of 
Bancroft. Jan. 29, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 462, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1469. 

Bancroft, U. S. S. Revenue-Cutter Service. 
Estimate of appropriation for repairs of U . S . S . 
Bancroft for use as revenue cutter. Apr. 5, 
1906. 7 p. (H. doc. 679, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 49; 4989.) 

Bandholtz, Harry Hill. See, as officer com- 
manding 2d district and district director of 1st 
district, Philippine Islands, Constabulary 
Bureau. 

Bandy, James T. 
Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 17890, to increase pension 
of Bandy. Apr. 25, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
3601, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2056. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 17890, to increase pen- 
sion of Bandy. May 15, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3571, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2056. 

Banes, Panama steamer. 
Frye, W. P. Report from Committee on Com- 
merce, favoring S. 1169, for refund of tonnage 
duties [levied on steamer]. Dec. 14, 1905. 
1 p. (S. rp. 5, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2310. 
Graham, W. H. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoring S. 1169, for refund of tonnage 
duties [levied on steamer]. Apr. 16, 1906. 
3 p. (H. rp. 3269, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2310. 

Bangor, Me. Engineer Department. Reports 
of examination and survey of Penobscot River 
at Bangor. Apr. 28, 1906. 6 p. map. (H. 
doc. 739, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 

Banister, Poster L. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 5583, to increase pension of 
Banister. Apr. 30, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3151, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2130. 
Sttlloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 5583, to increase 
pension of Banister. May 29, 1906. lp. (H. 
rp.4523, 59th Cong. 1st sess. Inv.H.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2130. 

Bank-notes. See National bank notes— national 
banks. 

Bank of Indo-China. See Papelte. 
Banka Island. See 



Banking and Currency Committee. M&mm 

and arguments [Dec. 11-15, 1906} on proposed 
currency legislation. 1907. 270 p. 
Same, without title-page and index. [1907.] 

267 p. 

See also, for reports on public bills, resolutions, 
etc., Amerioan National Bank of Graham — 
Currency— National bank notes [Sj— National 
banka [5]— Public moneys. 
Bankruptcy. 

Judiciary Committee, House. Bankruptcy; 
hearing [Mar. 2, 1906, on bills to amend or 
repeal act to establish uniform system of bank- 
ruptcy]. 1906. 54 p. 

Justice Department. Report on bankruptcy 
matters for year ending Sept. 30, 1905. 1905. 
19 p. 

Same. (In Justice Dept. Report, 1905. 

1905. p. 91-107.) 

Same, statistics only, for year ending June 

30, 1906. (In same, 1906. 1906. p. 81-87.) 

See also Commercial travelers. 
Banks, Charles S. 

List of Philippine culicidas with descriptions of 
some new species. (In Philippine journal of 
science, Nov. 1906. Manila, 1S06. v. 1, no. 
9, p. 977-1005.) 

New genus and species of culicidse. (In Philip- 
pine journal of science, Sept. JUX)6, Manila, 

1906. v. 1, no. 7, p. 779-785, il.) 

New Philippine insects. (In Philippine journal 
of science, Apr. 1906. Manila, 1906. v. 1, 
no. 3, p. 229-238, 11 pi.) 

Principal insects injurious to coconut palm, pt. 
1, 2 [with bibliography]. (In Philippine jour- 
nal of science, Feb., Apr. 1906. Manila, 1906. 
v. 1, no. 2, 3, p. 143-167, 211-228, 21 pi.) 

Problems in economic entomology in Philip- 
pines. (In Philippine journal of science, 
Dec. 1906. Manila, 1906. v. 1, no. 10, p. 
1067-74.) 

Banks, Joel. See Hannah, B., and others. 
Banks, Jordan H. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 11217, to increase pension of 
Banks. June 6, 1906. 2 p. (S.rp. 4206, 59th 
Cong, lstsess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2174. 

Cbaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 11217, to in- 
crease pension of Banks. May 22, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 4381, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2174. 
Banks, Nathan. 

Bibliography of more important contributions to 
American economic entomology, pt. 8, writings 
published Dec. 31, 1899-Jan. 1, 1905. 1905. 
132 p. (Entomology Bureau.) 

Catalogue of acarina, or mites, of United States. 
(In National Museum. Proceedings. 1907. 
v. 32, p. 595-625, no. 1553.) 

Same, separate. June 29, 1907. 

Revision of tyroglyphida? of United States [with 
bibliography]. Nov. 14, 1906. 34 p. 6 pi. 
(Entomology Bureau. Technical series 13.) 
Banks* Wesley J. 

Dickson, F. S. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 7665, to increase pension of 
Banks. Jan. 18,1906. lp, (H. rp. 318,59th 



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Bmmka, Wesley J t — CeoAajued. -. 

Cong, leteess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1593. 

McCumbir, P. J. Report from Oommrttea on 
Pensions, favoring B. 7665, to increase pension 
of Banks. Feb. 18, 1906. 1 p. <S. rp. 942, 
5»tfc Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 
34, pt. 2, p. 1593. 

Banks, William C. 
HotuoAT, £. 8. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring 8. 591, to pension 
Banks. Apr. 28, 1906. I p. (H. rp. 8471, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1918. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 591, td pension Banks. 
Apr. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2521, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
1918. 

Banks and banking, 

' Baehr, M. J. Banking [etc., in Cuba]. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 
318, p. 152-154.) 

Comptroller of Currency. Annual report 
[for year ended Oct. 31, 1905]. Dec. 4, 1905. 
69 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2409.) [Title is 
Text of annual report.] 

Same. (In Treasury Dept. Report, 1905. 

1906. p. 377-131.) 

Same, with tables, etc. Dec. 4, 1906. 765 

p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2410.) 

Same. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2410; H. doc. 11, 

59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 31; 4971.) 

Same [for year ended Oct. 31, 1906]. Dec. 

3, 1906. 79 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2452.) 
[Title is Text of annual report.] 

Same. (In Treasury Dept. Report, 1906. 

1906. p. 339-408.) 
Same, with tables, etc. Dec. 3, 1906. 781 

p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2453.) 

Same. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2453; H. doc. 

11, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 27; 5180.) 

Skinner, R. P. Old world banking. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1906. no. 
307, p. 213.) 

Statistics Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept. 
National banks; Savings banks; Clearing- 
house exchanges. (In Statistics Bureau. Sta- 
tistical abstract, 1905. 1906. p. 103-121.) 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 119- 

137.) 

Treasury Department. Annual report of Sec- 
retary on state of finances [with appended 
tables], 1905. 1905. 109 p. (Treas. Dept. 
doc. 2414.) 

Same [with tables and reports of heads of 

bureaus]. 1906. xiv + 470 p. (Treas. Dept 
doc. 2417.) 

Same. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2417; H. doc. 9, 

59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 29; «M9.) 

Same [with selections from reports], (In 

Abridgment, 1905. 1906. v. 1, p. 63-336.) 
Same [with appended tables], 1906. 1906. 

110 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2446.) . 
— - Same [with tables and reports of heads of 

buream). xii + 44ft p. (Tress. Dept. doc. 

2447.) 



Banks and banking — Continued. 

Treasury Department. Same. (Treas. Dept. 
doc. 2447; H. doc. 9, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In 
v. 25; 5128.) 

Same [with selections from reports]. (In 

Abridgment, 1906. 1907. v. 1, p. 61-328.) 

See also Africattural Bank of Bgypt— Chile— Sls- 
triet of Columbia— National banks— Pape- 
ite — Philippine Islands, Agriomltaxal bank- 
Postal savtnfB-banks— Public moneys— Sav- 
ings-banks. 
Banks, Port. See Whale Bay. 

Bannak Indians. See Fort Hall Heecrratton — 
Lemhi Reservation. 

Bannon, Henry Towne, Representative from 
Ohio. See, for report from Committee on Ju- 
diciary, Indemnity. For views of minority of 
Committee on Elections, No. 3, see Contested 
elections, Houston v. Broeoks. 

Banog. See Ulucan Bay. 

Banta, Arthur M., and McAtee, W. L. Life his- 
tory of cave salamander, spelerpes maculi- 
caudus Cope [with bibliography). (In Na» 
tional Museum. Proceedings. 1906. v. 30, 
p. 67-83, 3 il. 3 pi. no. 14430 
Same, separate. 

Banta, Mrs. Mary I. 
Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee oh In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 24034, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Banta. Jan. 28, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 6881, 69th Cong. 2d seas. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2780. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 24034, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Banta. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
7219, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2780. 

Bantom, William H. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 485, to in- 
crease pension of Bantom. Feb. 20, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1485, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1666. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 485, to increase pension of 
Bantom. Mar. 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1486, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1666. 

Banton Island. See Birds. 

Barahona, Sotero. See, as member, Central 
American Peace Conference, 1906. 

Barahona, Santo Domingo. Hydroqraphic Of- 
fice. Barahona Harbor, Neiva Bay, south 
coast of Santo Domingo, W. I., from survey by 
Habanero Lumber Company in 1905; chart 
2238. Scale 500 yds.=7.5 in. July, 1905. 
14.9 X 22.3 in. 

Same, from survey in 1906 by U. S. S. Don 

Juan de Austria; chart 2380. Scale 1500 
yds.«=13.5 in. Feb. 1907. 29.1 X 36.2 in. 

Barataria Bay. Coast a>» Geodetic Survey. 
Barataria Bay and approaches, La.; chart 196. 
Scale 1:80,000. Sept 1905. 38.4 X 32.3 in. 

Barbados. 

Clare, A. J. Barbados. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. June, 1906. no. 309, p. 42, 43.) 

Barbados [1905], (In Commercial rela- 
tions, 1906. 1906. p, 295,296.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907(1908]. 

p. 133-135.) 
Barbed wire. See Wire. 



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Bar bee, Mordlcai B. 

Aiken, WyatT. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 13083, to increase pen- 
sion of Barbee. Feb. 15, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
1320, 59th Cong, let seat. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1750. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 13083, to increase pen- 
sion of Barbee. Mar. 20, 1908. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1937, ftOtk Cong. 1st seas. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1750. 

Barber, Edgar M. 

Bit ft ntt am, H. E. Report from Committee oh 
Pensions, favoring H. 12849, to increase pen- 
sion of Barber. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rpi 
6782, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2608. 

Long worth, Nicholas. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending H. 12349, to in- 
crease pension of Barber. Feb. 7, 1907. 2 p, 
(H. rp. 7318, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. If.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2608. 

Barber, Mrs. Elizabeth E. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 12241, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Barber. Mar. 6, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 1868, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v, 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1800. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 12241, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Barber. Apr. 2, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2264, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1800. 

Barber, Martin L. 

Burkbtt, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 3630, to increase pension 
of Barber. Feb. 5, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 660, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 84, 
pt. 2, p. 1559. 

Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3630, to in- 
crease pension of Barber. Feb. 19, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1462, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1559. 

Barber, Samuel. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 21508, to increase pension of 
Barber. Feb. 6, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6259, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2509. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 21508, to in- 
crease pension of Barber. Jan. 21, 1907. lp. 
(H. rp. 6505, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2508. 

Barbette-carriages. See Gun mounts. 
Barbour, D. B. See Brow*, Barbour tt Gladden. 
Barbour, Edward R. See Emmons, Biohard, 
and others. 

Barbour, Mrs. Emma P. Fuljchrbow; ; F;B. 

. Report from Committee On War Claims, ad- 
verse to H. 6720, for relief of Mrs. Barbour. 
Feb. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 1008,. 58th Oong. 

' 1st sees. In v. B.) 

Barcelona, Spain. Ridgely, B. H. Barce- 
lona's growth; Ergot of rye. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 151, 

: 162.)' 
See also Automobiles. 

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Barchfeld, Andrew Jackson j Aepr&oatMrii 

from Pennsylvania.' See, for views bf minority 
of Committee on Patents, Copyright. ' ■■ 

Barclay, J. O'Connor. Coot* o* Claims. Fatd- 
ings in case of L. C. Barclay, granddaughter of 
J. O'Connor Barclay t Dec. 5, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
doc. 38, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 2; MM.) 

Barclay, J. R. See, as administrator, Shirley, 
Walter, and others. 

Barclay, Md. Geological SurveJy. . Maryland- 
Delaware, Barclay quadrangle;- kt. 39P-39 0 
15', lonb. 75°45'-76» Scale 1:82,500, cattour 
interval 10 ft Edition of Sept. 1906. 17.5 X 
13.6 in. 

Bard, Jeremiah. ■ 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 13740, to increase 
pension of Bard. Dec. 19, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5596, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2349. 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 13740, to increase 
pension of Bard. Jan. 25, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
5506, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2349. 
Bard, John P., misprint. See Bare. 
Bardel, William. 

Bamberg [1905]. (In Commercial relations, 
1905. 1906. p. 420.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 
545, 546.) 

Hop crop of the world [for 1906]. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Nov. 1906; no. 314, p. 185, 
186.) 
Bare, John P. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 16261, to in- 
crease pension of Bare. Feb. 7, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 7465, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2613. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 16261, to increase pension of 
Bare. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6808, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2613. 
Bargar, Mrs. Sarah A. 

Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring S, 2555, topen- 
sion Mrs. Bargar. Feb. 3; 1906. lp. (HVrp. 
915, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v, B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1509. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring S. 2555> to pension Mrs. Bargar. 
Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 366, 59th Cong. 
- 1st sess. In v. A!) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
1509. 
Ba rites. 

Geological Survey. Production of barytes, 

[calendar year] 1905. 1906. 4 p. . 
— -Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 1145, 1146.) 
Prat?, J. H. Production of barytea^ [calendar 

year] 3*64, with note on strontium. 1906: 12 p. 
'-Same. (In Geological Survey. .Mineral 

resources, 1904. 1905. , p. 1095rrll02.) 

Bark. See Tan-bark. < ,, 

Bark-beetles. Hopkins, A. DY Black Hills 
beetle, with further notes an its distribution, 
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Bark-beetles — Continmed. '•• i. 

[W06]. 24p.Bil.2pl; (Entomology Bureau. 
Bulletin 56.) 

See also Western pin*-<i«strqylBf bark-be sites. 
Bark cloth. < 

Eaqbr, G. E. Bark cloth. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Aug. 190fli no. 311, p. 160, 161.) 

MacMaster, Frederic. Bark cloth [in Africa]. 
(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907-- no. 
516, p. 31, 32.) 
Barker, Albert Smith. See, as commander-in- 
chief, KMfh Atlantic Station. 
Barker, Calvin. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending 5J. 21626, to increase 
pension of Barker. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5681, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2514. 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 21626, to increase pen- 
sion of Barker. Jan. 31, 1907. 2 p'. (S. rp. 
5888, 59th Cone. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2514. 
Barker, Fred F. See, as compiler, Insular Affairs 

Bureau, Alaska. 
Barker, Horace E. 

Burnhah, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 279, to increase pension 
of Barker. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 399, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 84, 
pt. 2, p. 1488. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 279, to increase 
pension of Barker. Feb. 3, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 833, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat, 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1488. 
Barker, Octavo. 

Chanby, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 10032, to increase 
pension of Barker. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5206, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2340. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 10032, to increase pension of 
Barker. Jan. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5083, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2340. 
Barker, Stephen A. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 5261, to increase 
pension of Barker. Feb, 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7746, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2708. 

Taliaferro*, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 5261, to increase pen- 
sion of Barker. Jan. 21, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
5147, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, pr2703. 

Barker, William F. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring; H. 23808, to in- 
crease pension of Barker. Jan. 28,1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 6858, 69th Coiig. 2d sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v, 34, pt. 8, p. 2775. 
Shoot, Rbsd. Report from 1 Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H.< 23806, to increase pension of 
Barker. Febj 20, 1907. 1 p. (S.'rp. 6997, 
59th Cone. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2775. .. .> ! .. , . . ,,; 
Barking-wolves. See Coyotes. <■.-•■ ) 



Barkis, Francis' Ai ' - n a 

Eb wards, D. C. 1 Report from Committee on In- 
: valid Pensions, amending H. 18994, to increase 
pension of Barkis. Feb. °20, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 1534, 59th'Cong. 1st sess. In v. O.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1757. 
Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee rm Bed- 
stone, favoring H. 13994, to increase pension 
of Barkis. Mar. 21, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1985, 
59th Cong. 1st sets. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 8, p. 1757. 

Barkley, Jacob C. Fttlkerson, F. B. Report 
from Committee on War Claims, submitting 
H. R. 804, to refer H . 11060, forrelief of Barkley, 
to Court of Claims. Feb. 1, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7104,68th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) 

Barmen, Germany. Eager, G. E. Barmen in- 
dustries, (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 21, 22.) 

Barnacles. Pilsbry, Bt. A. Hawaiian cirripedia; 
Cirri pedia from Pacific Coast of North America 
[with list of references]. (In Fisheries Bureau. 
Bulletin, 1906. , 190? [1908]. v. 26, p. 179- 
204, 8 il. 8 pi.) 

Same, separate. June 29, 1907 [published 

1908]. 179-204 + [i] p. 8 il. 8 pi. large 8<" 
(Bureau of Fisheries doc. 617.) 

Barnard, Harry E. Report on methods of beer 
analysis. Mar. 15, 1907. 16 p. (Chemistry 
Bureau. Circular 33.) 

Barnard, Joseph A. 

Lindsay, G . H . Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 9243, to increase 
pension of Barnard. May 5, 1906 . 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3820, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2076. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 9248, to increase pension 
of Barnard. May 22, 1906. lp. (S. rp.3780, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2076. 

Barnell, Charles. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 14543, to in- 
crease pension of Barnell, alias Richard North . 
Dec. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 5360, 59th Cong. 
2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2300. 

, Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring'H. 14543, to increase pension of 
Barnell, alias Richard North. Jan. 12, 1907. 
lp. (S.rp. 4882, 59th Cong. 2d sess. Inv.A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2300. 

Barnes, Abner R. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring 8. 4391, to increase 
pension of Barnes. J tine 5,' 1906. Vp. '(8. 
rp. 4742, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2148. 
' McCuVber, P. 3. Report from Committee 1 on 
Pensions, amending 5. 4391, to increase pen- 
sion of Barnes. May 21, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3659, 59th Cong. lstsess. InV.F.) Stat.L.v. 

■ '84, pt; 2, p. M48. 

bflrnes, Mr*. Antl H. • ' 1 1 

Loudenslagbr, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 4028y to increase p*a- 
sioa of Mrs. Barnw. Feb: IV, 1907. l_p. 
(H. rp.. T695, 69th Cteg. 2d sett. In v. E.) 

..; . Slat. Ju. X. 34, pt. 2, p. 2678. 



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Barnes, Mra. Ann H. — Continued.-: 

Soott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 4028, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Barnes. Jan. 31, 1807. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5774, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2678. 
Barnes, Mra. Anna D. 

Burn hah, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute 8. 6733, to 
increase pension of Mrs. Barnes. Jan. 7, 1907. 
2 p. (S. rp. 4747, 59th Cong. 2d sea. In v. 
A.) Stat L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2435. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6733, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Barnes. Jan. 30, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 6999, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2435. 
Barnes, . Benjamin P. Pqsp-Offices and Post- 
Roads Committee, Senate. Majority and 
minority reports of subcommittee on nomina- 
tion of Barnes to be postmaster at Washington, 
D. C. ; presented by Mr. Carter. Apr. 26, 1906. 
42 p. (Confidential; [Senate] ex. doc. 6, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess.) [Not in Congressional set.] 
Barnes, Edward A. 

Ames, Butler. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 18601, to increase pen- 
sion of Barnes. June 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
4832, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. H.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2222. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18601, to increase pen- 
sion of Barnes. June 28, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
4420, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2222. 
Barnes, Edward M. 

Chanet, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 4233, to increase 
pension of Barnes. Mar. 26, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2568, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1848, 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 4233, to 
increase pension of Barnes. Mar. 5, 1906. 
2 p. (S. rp. 1442, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
0.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1848. 
Barnes, George B. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 4185, to increase pension 
of Barnes. June 7, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4224, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2216. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 4185, to increase 
pension of Barnes. June 28, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 5064, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2216. 
Barnes, George P. Court op Claims. Find- 
ings, Dec. 5, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 27, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 6089.) 
Barnes, H. T. On formation of anchor ice, or 
ground ice, at bottom of running water. (In 

, Monthly weather review, Oct. 1906. Jan. 4, 
1907. v. 34, p. 465-467.) 

See also, as joint author, HcLeod, Clement Henry. 
Barnes, John A. See Hodges, Joseph C, and 

others. 
Barnes, Joshua. ' 

• Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 13217, to pen- 
sion Barnes.' Mar. 5, 1906, 2 p. (H. rp. 



Barnes, Joshua— Continued. 

1866, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) 8tat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1893. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 13217, to pension Barnes, 
Apr. 17, 1906. 2 j>. (S. rp. 2887, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1893. y 

Barnes, William A. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 10217, to in- 
crease pension of Barnes. Feb. 19, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1365, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In V. 
B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt 2, p. 1698. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10217, to increase pen- 
sion of Barnes. Mar. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp 
1689, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1698. 

Barnett, James P. Court or Claims. Find- 
ings. Jan. 26, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 587, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 52; 6156.) 

Barney, Hiram C. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 15890, to increase 
pension of Barney. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5148, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2359. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 15890, to increase pen- 
sion of Barney. Jan. 22, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5190, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2359. 

Barney, James L. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 23235, to in« 
crease pension of Barney. Feb. 2, 1907. 2 p 
(H. rp. 7219, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p72647. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 23235, to increase pension of 
Barney. Feb. 19, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 6859, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2647. 

Barney, James P. 

Haugen, G. N. Report from Committee on 
War Claims, favoring H. 9877, for relief of 
Barney. Jan. 9, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 148, 
59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 
34, pt. 2, p. 2661. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoring H. 9877, for relief of Barney. 
Jan. 29, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 5639, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2661. • 

Barney, Martin V. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 18742, to in- 
crease pension of Barney. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5130, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2302. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 18742, to increase pension of 
Barney. Jan. 12, 1907. 2 p. (8. rp. 4916, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt2,p.2302. 

Barney, Samuel S. See, as judge, Court of 
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Barney, Walter. 

Loudbmslager, H. 0. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring 8. 427, to inciease pen- 
sion of Barney. Jan. 19, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
334, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1450. 

Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring S. 327, to increase pension of 
Barney. Jan. 8, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 32, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 1450. 

Barnhill, Mrs. Sibby. 
Aiken, Wyatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 22264, to increase pen- 
sion Of Mrs. Barnhill. Jan. 10, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. «170, 59th Cone. 2d sees. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2535. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 22264, to increase pen- 
sion of Mm. Barnhill. Feb. 1,1907. lp. (S. 

E. 5895, 59th Cong. 2d sew. Ia v. C.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2535. 

Barns. 

Animal Industry Bureau. Suggestions for 
construction of modern dairy barn. Feb. 2, 
1906. 6 p. 2il. (Circular 90.) 

Webster, E. H. Designs for dairy buildings. 
(In Animal Industry Bureau. 23d report, 
1906. Feb. 28, 1908. p. 287-308, 32 il.) 

Barnum, Charles H. See Carter, Charles X., 
and others. 

Barnum, Edward ft. See, as heir, Carter, 
Charles X., and others. 

Barnum, Thomas W. 

Ames, Butler. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 16504, to increase pen- 
sion of Barnum. Mar. 15, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2327, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1914. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 16504, to increase pen- 
sion of Barnum. Apr. 25, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2808, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) Stat. 1. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1914, 

Barnwell, John C. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 13998, to increase 
pension of Barnwell. May 19, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 4307, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2179. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 13998, to increase pen- 
sion of Barnwell. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
4043, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 3.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p/2179. 

Barnwell, L. R. See Vaughan, William H., and 
others. 

Barnwell County, S. C. Patterson, J. O. Re- 
port from Committee on War Claims, sub- 
mitting H. R. 746, to refer H. 16531, for relief 
of Columbia Baptist Church, Barnwell County, 
to Court of Claims. Jan. 14. 1907. . l.p. (H. 
rp. 6218, ,59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 

Barograph. Marvin, 0. F. New form of pre- 
cision barograph. (In Monthly weather re- 
view, July, 1906, Oct. 11, 1906. v. 34, p. 
324,825, I il,> . I 



Bororaetrr. Beknotk W. J. Barmoajo aoaly-i 
sis of diurnal barometric curve at Washington, 
D. C. (In Monthly weather review .Nov. 
1906. Feb- 2, 1907. v. 34, p. 528-530, 1 il.) 
Barr, Abraham M. 

Chaney.J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 8780, to increase 
pension of Barr. Apr. 2, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
2809, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1876. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 8780, to increase pension of 
Barr. Apr. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2894, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 1876. 
Barr, Albert T. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 6914, to increase pension 
of Barr. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 4998, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2438. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6914, to increase 
pension of Barr. Jan. 80, 1907 . 2 p. (H. rp. 
7013, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2438. 
Barr, James W. 

Caloerheao, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, amending H. 25328, to 
increase pension of Barr. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 7450, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2809. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring BT. 25328, to increase pen- 
sion of Barr. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
7167, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2809. 
Barr, John C. 

Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1270, to in- 
crease pension of Barr. Feb. 3, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 886, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1502. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 1270, to in- 
crease pension of Barr. Jan. 22, 1906. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 369, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1502. 
Barr, Mrs. Mary E. P. 

Richardson, J. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 20605, to pension Mrs. 
Barr. Jan. 10, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 6140, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2481. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 20605, to pension Mrs. 
Barr. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5732, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2481. 

Barr, William A. President op United States. 
Executive order [authorizing reappointment 
of Barr in Post-Omce Department]. Jan, 22, 
1506. I p. f» 

Barracks. See Military- posts. 

Barrancas, Fort. Hull, J. A. T. Report from 
Committee on Military Affairs, amending BL 
14892, making Appropriation for .completing 
road to Barrancas military post by way of 
[Barrancas] national cemetery and navy-yard' 1 
on naval reservation near Pensacola, Fife. 
May 3, 1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 3718, 69th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 2; 4907.) 



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Bdrrttncas national cemetery. BeeVMuwUiy 

BarTanquIUa, Colombia. Demurs, P. P. Gen- 
' eral imports [at Barranquilla, calendar years 
1902-O5J. (In Monthly cone, and - trada ff>; 
July, 1906. no. 310, p. HM2.) 

Barrell, Joseph. Geology of Marysville mining 
. ' district, Mont., study of igneous intrusion and 
contact metamorphism. ,1907. x + 178 + iv 
p. 9 il. 15 pi. map, 4» (Geological Survey. 
Professional paper 57.) 
Same. (H. doc. 785, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
69; 6172.) 

Barrels. See Cooperage. 

Barren River. Burgess, Hahsy'. Improve- 
. ment of Green River above mouth of Big Bar- 
ren River, Ky. [1905fc Operating and care of 
locks and dams on Green and Barren rivers, 
Ky. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 1905. 

1905. pt. 2, p. 1949-63.) 

— ■ — Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of falls of Ohio River, of White 
River; of Wabash River, and of rivers in Ken- 
tucky, 1906.) 

Same [1906]. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 

1906. 1906. pt. 2, p. 1676-89.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of falls of Ohio River at Louisville, 
Ky v of White River, of Wabash River, and 
of rivers in Kentucky, 1906.) 

Barret, Richard F. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 20079, to increase pen- 
sion of Barret. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5741, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2573. 

McLain, F. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 20079, to increase pension 
of Barret. Jan. 10, 1907, 1 p. (H. rp. 6136, 

. 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2573. 
Barrett, Anthony. 

La Foixette, R. M. Report from Committee 

' on Pensions, favoring S. 670, to increase pen- 
sion of Barrett. Jan. 17, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
227, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1495. 

WeI88i, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 670, to increase pen- 
sion of Barrett. Feb. 3, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
: 860, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1495. 

Barrett, Burden H. 

.Chanbt, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H .' 22853, to increase 

- pension of Barrett. 'Jan. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 5660, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
E. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2552. 

Scott, HT. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 

- - sioiiB, favoring H. 22853, to increase pension of 

Barrett. Feb. 7. 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6382, 
59th Cong. 2d se*. .I&v: : C0 Stat/B. V; 8*, 
u pt..2>p. 255B. i' . >•■< . " . 

Barrett, George H. See, as administrator, 
' lovely Lass, schooner. - 

Barrett*. John. , 

Colombia {extension of railway systems], (In 
Monthly coos, and trade rp. Mar. 1906^:' no. 
306, p. 213, 214.) 



Barrett, John— Continued. >}r'N ,«n'i 'I 

Colombia, extensive (rhittoadl system. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade tp. Aug. 1900. no. 

311, p. 151, 152.) • i' <■ 
Colombia, land of grea.t possibilities. (In State 

Dept. Foreign relations, 1906.- 1909. pt. 1, 

p. 444-460.) 

Republic of Colombia'. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. July, 1006. no.«10 y p. 3-10.) 
South America, commerce of Latin countries. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Nov. 1906. 

no. 314, p. 76-78.) 
State Department. Letter requesting that 

' Barrett and J . A . Ockerson have leave to accept 

(decoration of] Order' of Double Dragon of 
7hina. Jan. 6, 1906. 1 p.' (H. doc. 321, 



59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 46; 4866.) 
Barrett, Mrs. Kate Waller. See, as general .su- 
perintendent, District of Columbia, Florence 
Crittenton Hope and Help Mission. 
Barrett, Otis Warren. Yautias, or taniers, of 
Porto Rico. 1905. 27 p. 4 pi. (Porto Rico 
Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin 6.) 
Same, Spanish, with omissions. 1905. 15 p. 4 
pi. (Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion. Boletfn 6.) 
Barrett, Uriah D. 
Calderhead, W. A. •Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1505, to in- 
crease pension of Barrett. Jan. 22, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 491, 69th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1459. 
Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Plo- 
sions, favoring S. 1506, to increase pension of 
Barrett. Jan. 8, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 33, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 1459. 
Barrett, William. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 17809, to pension Bar- 
rett. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4077, 59th 
Cong. 1st Bess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 2191. 

Kelihek, J. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 17809, to pension 
Barrett. May 19, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 4277, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat, L. v.-34, 
pt. 2, p. 2191. 
Barrientos, Port. Htdrographic Office . Port 
Barrientos. Scale naut. m.*=3.5 in, 11.1 X 
8.9 in. (On Hydrographic Office. Ports in 
Guaitecas Islands, Chile; chart 2422. June, 
1907.) 

Barron, A.. S. See Underwood, Nelson 0., and 
others. 

Barrow, Mary J. CetmT of Claims. Findings 
in case of Eugene Barrow, administrator of 
Mary J. Barrow. Jan. 3. 1907. , 2 p. (S. doc, 
175, 59th Cong: 53 sess. In v. 3; 80*0.) 

Barrow, Port. Htdrographic Office. Port 

- Barrow, Cockburn Channel. 'Scale 600 yds*^ 
4.44 in. 9.7 X 81 'ini {On Hydrdgfaiphic 
Office. Magellan Strait; chart 1 2323. June, 
1906.) ' 

Barrows, David I*. See, as general superintend- 
ent and director of ^education, PhtHppfae Is- 
lands, Education Bureau, .,>. ,>-.;, ;i 

Barrows, Harold K. Water resources of Kenne- 
' bee River basin. Me. ( with sec titan on Quality 
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Barrows, Harold K.— Continued. ' . 

Whipple. 1007. vi +235 + iii p. 17 il. « pi. 
nap. (Geological Survey. WateMupply and 
irrigation paper 198.) 
Same. (H. doc. 792, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 
67; 5170.) 

and Horton, R. E. Determination of stream 
flow during frozen season. 1907 . 93 -f- ii p. 
14 il. 1 pi. (Geological 8urvey. Water-sup- 
ply and irrigation paper 187.) 

Same. (H. doc. 72, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In 

v. 63; 5166.) 

and Hoyt, J. C. Report of prepress of stream 
measurements for calendar year 1905: pt, I, 
Atlantic Coast of New England drainage. 

1906. 155 + ii p. 8 il. map. (Geological Sur- 
vey. Water-supply and irrigation paper lti"?.) 

Same. (H. doc. 719, 59th Con^. 1st sess. 

In v. 81; 5081.) 
Barrows, Henry J. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 21337, to in- 
crease pension of Barrows. Feb. 2, 1907. 1 1 p. 
(H. rp. 7197, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2644. 

Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 21337, to increase pen- 
sion of Barrows. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
6870, 59th Cong. 2d sew. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2644. 
Barrows, Homer A. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 7673, to increase 
pension of Barrows. Jan. 9, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 114, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. 

■ L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1475. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7673, to increase pension 
of Barrows. Jan. 29, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 468, 
59th Cong. 1st sesB. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1475. 
Barrows, John Shober. Importance of uniform 
and systematic coal-mine sampling. (In Geo- 
logical Survey. Bulletin 316. 1907. p. 496- 
517, 1 il.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. General papers 
on producer-gas power plant [etc.]. 1907 
[1908].) 

Barrows, Mrs. Katherine Isabel Hayes Chapin. 
Juvenile reformatory of Kassa [Kascnau, 
Hungary]. (In International Prison Congress. 
Report of proceedings of 7th congress, 1905. 

1907. p. 156-159.) 

Barrows, Mary E. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings. Dec. 6, .1*06. I p.: (Hi- doc. 170, 5ML 
. Cong. 2d Bets. lit v. 48; 5151.) 

Barrows, Samuel June. Modern tendencies in 
child saving in United States, abstract of ad- 
dress. (In International Prison Congress, Re- 
portof proceedings of 7th congresB,'l905. 1907. 
p. 146-149.) ./, t- .r 

Bee also, m conuaietioner, International Prison 
Ooauaisalon— as delegate, Intarmational Prison 

.) Conrress. 

Barrows. See Wheelbarrows. 

Barry, James B. ' ' 

-•'ISaOon; R.' B. Report ftom Committee on Pen- 
i' stone, amending H. : 4598,' 'to folerease pension 
' 'of Barry. Mar. 1,1906. 1 p. ! (H. *».1797, 
1 -i- mk Cong, lsi'feess.' ' ln*v;0.} Mat t. v. 34, 
pt.2,p/1723. ■ ' - I 



Barry, James B. — Continued. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 4598, to increase pension 
of Barry. Mar. 26, 1908. 1 p. {8. rp. 2141, 
59th Cong, 1st seas. In v, D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1723. 

Barry, John. 
Hansbrough, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Library, favoring S. 86, for monument to 
Barry [in Washington, D. €.]. Jan. IS, 190fi. 
2 p. (S. rp. 258, 59th t^ong. 1st. sess. In v. 1; 
4904.V Stat. L, v. 34, pt, 1, p. 
McCleary, J. T ;; Report from Committee on 
Library, favoring S. 86, for monument to 
Barry {in Washington. D. GIJ Apr. 13, 1908. 
4 p. (H. rp. 3208, 59th r<oug. 1st eesa. 1" v. 
2; 4907.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. ], p. 223. 

Barry, Thomas Henry. State Department. 
Letter requesting that Barry, John Van R. 
Hoff, Walter 6. Schuyler, Montgomery M. 
Macomb, Carl Reichmann, and Sydney 
Cloman be permitted to accept decorations 
conferred by Emperor of Russia. Jan. 5, 1906. 

1 p. (H. doc. 314, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
46; 4980.) 

' See also, as commanding general, Qulf, Depart- 
ment of the— as member, Ordnance and Forti- 
fication Board— as acting chief of staff, Staff 
Corps, General. 

Barrymore, William. Court or Claims. Find- 
ings in case of Elizabeth F. Curtis, adminis- 
tratrix of Barrymore. Dec. 5, 1906. 2 p. 
(S.doc. 41, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 4069.) 

Bartholdt, Richard, Representative from Mis- 
souri. See, for report from Committee on 
Labor, Foundation for Promotion of Indus- 
trial Peace. For reports from Committee on 
Public Buildings and Grounds, see Brady, 
Fort — District of Columbia, Land— District of 
Columbia, Parks — National City Bank, of New 
York— Public buildings [31— State Depart- 
ment, Building. For report from Joint Select 
Committee on Addition to Rock Creek Park, 
see District of Columbia, Parks. 

Bartholomew, Bayou. 
Davey, R. C. Report from Committee on In- 
terstate and Foreign Commerce, amending H. 
22338, to [authorize Arkansas, Louisiana and 
Gulf Railway Company to] bridge Bayou Bar- 
tholomew [near Bastrop] La. Jan. S, 190F ; . 

2 p. (H. rp. 6053, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v, 1 ; 
6064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1003. 

Hoffman, t > M. Improvement oi Bayou Bar- 
tholomew, Boi'tii River, Tensas River, aud 
Bayou Macon, and bayous D'Ar bonne and 
Corney, La, [1905]. (In Engineer Dept. Re- 
port, 1905. 1905. pt, 2, p. 1538-13.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 

prpvement of rlvefs and waterways in Loui- 
siana, Texas, Arkansas, Indian Territory, and 
Mississippi tributary to Mississippi River, 

8ame [19061 (In TSbglneerDept. Report, 

• 1906. f906. pt. 1, p. 1368-72.) 
'-. Sjame. (Injhi's Annual report upod im- 
provement of 'Red River below Fu|ton N >rk., 
and of rivers "and waterways In Louisiana, 
• . Arkansas, and' Mississippi tributary to Msatis- 
i aippi'River, Um.\- 
Bartlemari, Richard Ml >- 1 > 1 ■> 
Cadis! (In Oommerelal remdons, 1906. 1906. 
p. 476.) - . . i \ 



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Bartleman, Richard M.— Continued. 

Preservation, of wood, new sulphur process. 
(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1906. 
no. 309, p. 231, 232.) 

Seville. (In Commercial relations, 1905. 
1906. p. 478, 479.) 

See also Olive-oil. 
Bartlesville, Ind. T. Long, C. I. Report from 
Committee on Indian Affairs, favoring S. 1669, 
for additional recording district in Indian Ter- 
ritory [with terms of court at Bartlesville, 
etc.]. Feb. 1, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 598, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. In v. 1; 4901.) 

Bartlet, William. See William, brig. 

Bartlett, Alonzo M. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring 6. 2689, to increase 
pension of Bartlett. Apr. 10, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3055, 59th Cong, lstsess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1832. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 2689, to increase pen- 
sion of Bartlett. Mar. 19, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
1847, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1832. 

Bartlett, Charles Lafayette, Representative 
from Georgia. See, for report from Committee 
on Industrial Arts and Expositions, Tampa, 
Fla. For reports from Committee on Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce, see Arkansas River — 
Escambia River — Missouri River — Pearl 
River— Roanoke River — Savannah River [8] — 
Tug Fork. For views of minority of Commit- 
tee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, see 
Adulterations— Public health, For views of 
minority of Committee on Interstate and For- 
eign Commerce, signed jointly with R. C. 
Davey et al., see Railroad employees. 

Bartlett, Charles Ward. See, as inspector, 
Light-House Board, 2d District. 

Bartlett, James L. 

Climate of Madison, Wis. (In Monthly weather 

review, Dec. 1905. Feb. 20, 1906. v. 33, 

p. 527-534, 6 il.) 
Study of practise forecasting. (In Monthly 

weather review, Nov. 1906. Feb. 2, 1907. 

Y. 34, p. 523-526.) 

Bartlett, John Russell. 

Gallingek, J, H. Report from Committee on 
Naval Affairs, favoring S. 2073, for relief of 
Jeanie R. Bartlett, widow of John Ruaaell 
Bartlett. Jan. 16, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 218, 
59th Oong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 

Waldo, G. E. Report from Committee on 

Claims, amending S, 3073, for relief of Jeanie 

R. Bartlett, widow of John Rumje.ll Bartlett. 

Jan. 17, 1907. 3 p. (H. rp. 6425, 59th Cong. 

2d sess. Inv. Oil 
f 

Bartlett, Joseph R. 

Hopkins, F. A, Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 23682, to increase 
ion of Bartlett. Jan, 28, 1907. 1 p. 
6850, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. C.) 



Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
si ona, favoring H. 23682, to increase pension of 
Bartlett. Feb. 20, U07. 1 p. (S. ip. 6883i 
pt^ T^ Inv ' D -> Stat, £. v« 34, 



Bartlett, Louisa. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22926, to pension Louisa 
Bartlett. Feb. 1, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5915, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2486. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 22826, to pen- 
sion Louisa Bartlett. Jan. 8, 1907. lp. (H. 

In v. B.) Stat. 



rp. 5889, 59th Cong. 2d i 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2486. 



Bartlett, Mrs. Rachel L. 
Buhkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10766, to pension Mrs. 
Bartlett. May 7, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3365, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1979. 
Draper, W. H. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 10766, to pension Mrs. 
Bartlett. Jan. 25, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 573, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1979. 

Bartlett, William Francis. Irrigation condi- 
tions in Raft River water district, Idaho, 1904. 
(In Experiment Stations Office. Bulletin 158. 

1905. p. 279-302.) 

Same. (In Experiment Stations Office. An- 
nual report of irrigation and drainage investi- 
gations, 1904, no. 4.) 
Bartley, Mrs. Elizabeth.' 

Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 18076, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Bartley. May 5, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 3838, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2095. 

McCuhber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18076, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bartley. May 28, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 3858, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2095. 

Bartley, Oliver. See Vaughan, William H., and 
others. 

Bartley, Valentine. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 1151, to in- 
crease pension of Bartley. Apr. 10, 1906. 2p. 
(H. rp. 3144, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1861. 

McCumber, P, J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 1151, to increase pen- 
sion of Bartley. Apr. 26, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
2961, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1861. , , ., 

Barton, A. C. Clayton, H. D. Report from 
Committee on 'War Claims, submitting H. R. 
450, to refer H. 10634, for relief of rejireeefttat 
tives of Barton, to Court of Claims. May 11, 

1906. 1 p. (B+ rp.. 4013, 59th Cong> Is* Bess. 
-, In Vh G.) ... «. 

Barton, John W. 

Lo8d»N8la«i«,:H. C. Report from Committee 
■ ..on Penswns,' favoring H. 16514, to increase 

pension of Barton. Mar. 15, 1906i lip-. ' (H. 

ro. 2328, 59th Cwt&iMtam::/ In v. D.)>flt»a 

L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1914. .,„ ,.„ M1 ,, a 
- dqcfrr, N. B, Report from ^mmittee on Pen- 

siops, favoring H, 16514.; to increase pension of 

.- .Baiton.! Apr. I 26,, 1906, l p. (S.:.rj>. 1 2889, 
. : 69th Cong, lstsess,. i In.v.JB.) Stat» tww. 34, 

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Barton, Marvin P. ' • • 

Chan et, J. 0. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 1511, to increase 
pension of Barton. Jan. 30, 1007. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6017, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2416. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring 8. 1511, to increase pension 
of Barton. Jan. 14, 1007. 1 p. (8. rp. 5007, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2416. 

Barton, Samuel R. See, as administrator, Shir- 
ley, Walter, and others. 

Barton, Stephen. See Shirley, Walter, and 
others. 

Barton, William. See Bachelors, brig. 
Bartach, Paul. 

Descriptions of 2 new naiads. (In National 
Museum. Proceedings. 1906. v. 30, p. 393- 
305, 3 pi. no. 1454.) 

Same, separate. 

New mollusk of genus macromphalina from west 
coast of America. (In National Museum. Pro- 
ceedings. 1007. v. 32, p. 233, 1 il. no. 1522.) 

Same, separate. 

New mollusks of family vitrinellidse from west 
coast of America. (In National Museum. 
Proceedings. 1007. v. 32, p. 167-176, 11 il. 
no. 1520.) 

Same, separate. 

New parasitic mollusk of genus eulima. (In 

National Museum. Proceedings. 1907. v. 

32, p. 555, 556, 1 pi. no. 1548.) 
Same, separate. June 15, 1007. 
Philippine mollusks of genus planorbis. (In 

National Museum. Proceedings. 1907. v. 32, 

p. 83-85, 2 il. no. 1512.) 
Same, separate. 

Philippine pond snails of genus vivipara. (In 
National Museum. Proceedings. 1007. v. 
32, p. 135-160, 2 pi. no. 1518.) 

Same, separate. 

Two new land shells from Mexico. (In Na- 
tional Museum. Proceedings. 1007, v. B2, 
p. 119, 120, 2 il. no. 1515.) 

Same, separate. 

Urocoptid mollusks from mainland of America in 
collection of National Museum. (In National 
Museum. Proceedings, 1007. v. 81, p. M9- 
160, 16il.8pl.no. 1483.) 

Same, separate. 1006. 

See also, as joint author, Dall, William Healey. 

Barus, Carl. Continuous record 6f atmospheric 
mideation. 1005 {1906]. .%■**■+ 22ftpj.il.'f 
(Smithsonian Institution, [publication) 1651. 
In Smithsonian contributions to. knowledge, 
v. 34; Hodgkins Fund.) T 7 r, Tl " ' 

Barytes. SeeBarites, , . 

Base-lines. See Triansiuatiaa. 

Basel, Switzerland. Gifrobd', ' George. Elec- 
tric energy, power plant dn the Rhine; Basel 
- needs' mere power. (In :Moa6hly eonsj and 
trade rp. Juney 1907. no^Sl, p. 19, SO.) < 

Bashee Islands. See Bstatte* islands: 

Bashi Channel. , Coast and Gbodbtio Survey. 
Batan Islands and channels between Formosa 
and Luzon, P. I., compiled from United States 



Bashi Channel— Continued. 

and foreign sources, Mercator projection; with 
inset. Part of Batan Islands, including Santo 
Domingo and Ibana, scale 1:40,000; chart 
4710. July, 1005. 41.5 X 30.0 and 22.5 X 
16.5 in. 

Bashi Islands. See Batanec Islands. 

Bass, Mrs. Martha J. 
McLain, F. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 18006, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Bass. Apr. 20, 1006. 1 p. (ETrp.3371, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, ■ 
pt. 2, p. 2058. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18006, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bass. May 8, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3439, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2058. 

Bass. Jordan, D. S., and Snyder, J. O. Giant 
bass of Japan. (In National Museum. Pro- 
ceedings. 1906. v. 30, p. 841-845, 2 il. no. 
1476.) 

Same, separate. 

Bassadone, . Huelva. (In Commercial rela- 
tions, 1906. 1006. p. 476, 477.) 
Bassett, Henry Opeman. 

Frazier, J. B. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoringS. 4323, for relief of Henry O. 
Bassett, heir of Henry Opeman Bassett. Apr. 
18, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2721, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. E.) 

Fulton, C. W. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoringH. 3268, for relief of Henry O. 
Bassett, heir ofHenry Opeman Bassett. Jan. 
31, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5793, 59th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. C.) Stat. X. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2810. 
' Garrett, F. J. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoringH. 3268, for relief of Henry O. 
Bassett, heir of Henry Opeman Bassett. May 
15, 1006. 1 p. (H. rp. 4213, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2819. 
Bassford, Mrs. Anna C. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 14227, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Bassford. Mar. 12, 1006. 
1 p. (H. rp. 2210, 50th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 180&. 

Shoot, Rbbd. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 14227, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Bassford. Apr. 16, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2570, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 

. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 1898. 
Bassler, Ray Smith. 

Bryozoau fauna of Rochester shale [with bib- 
liography). 1906. v -f- 137 + iii p. 31 pi. 
(Geological Survey. Bulletin 292.) 

Samft. (H. doc. 931, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
'77; 6017.) ' " 

Study of James types of Ordoviciah sind Silurian 
bryozoa [with bibliography]. (In National 
Museum. Proceedings. 1906. v. SO, p. 1- 
" 66, 7 pi. np. 1442.) , , 

Same, separate. 

See also, ,aa joint auther,:Sfthuohert, Charles— 
. THrich, BavMd QsiJar. . ,• .. 

Basswood. " 
..JbaeBT Sehvicb,: Basswood, tilia Americana. 

[1905.] 2 p. (Forest planting leaflet 10.) 

[Also published as Circular 63, which see 

on page 112.] 



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Forest Sbbvioe. Forest planting leaflet: Bass- 
wood, tilia Americana, Jan. 19, 1907. 3 p. 
(Circular 63.) [First published as Forest 
planting leaflet 10, which see an page 111.] 
Bastin, Edson S. 
Clays of Pescbecjot Bay region, it*. (In Geo* 
logical Survey. Bulletin 285. 1606. p. 428- 
431.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to clays, [calendar year] 1906.) 

Feldspar and quartz deposits of Maine. (In 
Geological Survey. Bulletin 315. 1907. p. 
383-393.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to quartz and feldspar, [calendar year] 
1906.) 

Feldspar and quartz deposits of southeastern 

New York. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 

315. 1907. p. 394-390.) 
Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 

relating to quartz and feldspar, [calendar year] 

1906.) 

Lime industry of Knox Coonty, Me. (In Geo- 
logical Survey. Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 393- 
400, 3 il.) 

■ Same. (In Geological Survey. Investigations 
relating to cements, limes, and plasters, [cal- 
endar year] 1905.) 

Bastrop, La. See Bartholomew, Bayou. 

Bastrop County, Tex. Manoum, A. W., and 
Ltman, W. S. Soil survey of San Marcoearea, 
Tex. 1906, issued Apr. 22, 1907. 37 p. 1 il. 
map. 

Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field op- 
erations, 1906. 1908 [-09]. p. 505-537, 1 il. 
map in atlas.) 

Basutoland. Manufactures Burbau. Basuto- 
land. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 1907 
[1908]. p. 433.) 

Batam Island. See Mammals. 

Batan, P. I. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
North coast of Fanay, P. I., Capiz to Calibo, 
including Port Batan; chart 4459. Scale 
1:50,000. Mar. 1906. 29 X 38.5 In. 

Batan Island. 
Cooper, H. A. Report from Committee on In- 
sular Affairs, amending H. 12864, for purchase 
of certain coal claims in island of Batan, P. I. 
Feb. 12, 1906, 3 p. (H. rp. 1182, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 1, 
p. 23. j ... . 

•— — Report from Coakmittoe on Insular Affairs, 
amending H. 17293, to authorise leasing of 
Batan Island military reservation for coal- 
. mining purposes. May 16, 1906, 3 p. (H. 
rp. 4214, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In'v, ?; 4907.) 

, Lodge, H. C. Report from Committee, on Phil- 

, lppioea, amending H, 12864, for purchase of 
certain coal claims in island of Batan, P. I. 
Feb. 20,1906. 3 p. (S. to. 1189, 59th Gong. 
1st sees. In v. 1; 4904.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 23. 

*hTir?W. '©."'Ml "deposit of Batan Island, 
with notes on general amr economic geology of 
adjacent region. Manila, 1905. 5* p.- Ir.' 19 

.. • pi; « maps. ' (frMlippirte Island*, Mining Bu- 

i "reaii. Bulletins:) 

• v p... -i -.. ; •:• ;.(:■ i 

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Batan Island— Continued. . - 
Smith, W. D. Same, with omissions, without 
plates and maps and with title, Advance report 
to chief of Mining Bureau upon coal deposits of 
Batan Island, Aug. 12, 1905. (In Philippine 
Commission. 6tn report [Nov. 1904-Oct.] 
1905 [with reports of departments, bureau 
officers, 1905, etc.]. 1906, pt. 4, p. 679-701.) 
Wigmore, H. L. Report of examination of coal 
deposits on Batan military reservation, Batan 
Island, P. I. (In Philippine Commission. 
6th report, [Nov. 1904-Oct.U905[with reports 
of departments, bureau officers, 1905, etc.]. 
1906. pt. 4, p. 653-706, 7 maps.) 

Batanes Islands. Coast and Geodetic Sur- 
vey. Batan Islands and channels between 
Formosa and Luzon, P. I.; compiled from 
United States and foreign soatees, Mercator 
projection; with inset, Part of Batan Islands, 
including Santo Domingo and Ibana, scale 
1:40,000; chart 4710. July, 1906. 41.5 X 30.9 
and 22.5 X 16.5 in. 
See also Batan Island. 

Batangas, P. I. Coast and Geodetic Stovet. 
Batangas, southwest coast of Luzon, from sur- 
vey in 1904. Scale 1:15,000. 10.4 X 12 in. 
(On Coast and Geodetic Survey . Verde Island 
Passage; chart 4257. Mar. 1907.) 

Batchelder, Mrs. Nellie A. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H- 8479, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Batchelder. Apr. 16, 
1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 3262, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1973. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 8479, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Batchelder. May 14, 1906. 3 p. (S. rp. 
3533, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1973. 

Batchelor, Mrs. Frances Ann. 

McLain, F. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 1125, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Batchelor. Jan. 19, 1906. 1 p. (H. 

A.) Stat. 



rp. 300, 59th Cong. 1st i 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1513. 



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Tauafb&ro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 1125, to-increase pension 
of Mrs. Batchelor. Feb. 5, 1906. lp. (S.rp. 
665, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1513. 

Bate, William Brimage, Senator from Tennessee. 
Congress. William Brimage Bate, memorial 
addresses. 1907. 177 p.. 1 por. large 8° 

t^- torn. (». doc. 401, 59th Cong. 2d sees. 
In v. 35; 5108.) 

Bateman, Ernest. See, as joint author, Dean, 
' Arthur L. 

Bateman, Joseph. 

BuRKBTT, E. J. Report ' frorn, Committee on, 
Pensions, favoring H. 17245, to increase pen- 
sion of Bateman; Fnb. It, 1907. - 1 p. (8: 
. rp. 6888, 59th Cong. 2d sess... In v.D.). Steti 
£. v, 34, pt. 2, p. 3616. | 
Fuller, C. Ev 'Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 17045, to- increase 
pension of Bateman* F»b. 2,, 1.9/V. Lpi 
'H. rp. 7180, 59th Cong. 2d 'sess. Ij» v. DJ 



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Bates, Archibald. mttub" 
Cuanbit, J, C. Report from- Committee on In- 
valid Pep a ions, amending B . 21055, to increase 
pension of Hates. Feb. 7, 1907. 2 p. (E. 



Stat. 



rp. 7481, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2640. 

,a Fo llette , R , M . ReportiromC-ommittoeoo 
Pensions, favoring II . 21055. to increase pen- 
sion of Bate* F£ 19, 1D07. 2 p. JS 



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6934, 59th Cong. 2d sess! In v. D 
v pt. 2. p. 2040. 

Bates, Arthur Lahan, Representative from 
Pennsylvania. See, for reports from Com- 
mit tee on Naval A flair?. Crowley, John- -Ni- 
agara, flagship— Osenhurg, William H. For 
reports from Joint Select Committee on Dispo- 
sition of Useless Papers in Executive Depart- 
ments, see Post-0 nice Department, Papers — 
Treasury Department. Papers [3J— War De- 
partment, Papers. 

Bates, Edwin D. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19891, to increase pen- 
sion of Bates. Jan. 23, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6270, 59th Cong. 2d Bess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2380. 
Chapman; P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 19891, to in- 
crease pension of Bates. Dec. 7, 1908. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5264, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2380. 

Bates, Frederick. Spectrum lines as lightsonrces 
in polari scope measurements. (In Standards 
Bureau. Bulletin, v. 2, no. 2. Aug. 15, 1906. 
p. 239-248, il.) 
Same, separate. 1906. p. 239-248, il. large 8° 

(Reprint 34.) 
and Blake, J. C. Influence of basic lead ace- 
tate on optical rotation of sucrose in water so- 
lution. (In Standards Bureau. Bulletin, v. 
S, no. 1. Apr. 1907. p. 106-113, il.) 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 103-113, il. 

large 8° (Reprint 52.) 

Bates, John A. Court of Claims. Findings in 
case of Almena B. Bates, daughter of John A. 
Bates. Apr. 21, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 3§g, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 7; 4916.) 

Bates, John Coalter. See, as member, National 
Coast Defense Board — as president, Ordnance 
and Fortification Board. 

Bates, Mathis. Sea Cools, B. and others. 

Bates, S. A. See, as administrator, Shirley, 
Walter, and others. 

Bates, Taylor. 

Debmeh, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 16575, to pen- 
sion Bates, alias Baits. June 5, 1906. 2 



Stetl.'. 



In v. 



4702, 59th Cong. 1st sess 
. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2186. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 16375, to pension Bates, 
alias Baits. June 25> 1906; 1 p. - (&.■■ r». 
4409, 59th Cong. 1st aessy. In v. G.) Staf . £. 
.V. 34, pt. p. 2186., " 

Batesville, Miss. Court of Claims. Findings 
in case of Presbyterian Churchy Batesville. 
Feb. 4, J907. 2 p, jS^ do*. 282, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 5 



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H. Doc. 830, 59-*— 8 



Batesville Power Company. Burton, T. E.. 
Report from Committee on Rivers anaHaf- 
bors, amending H. 13106, granting to company 
right to construct canal and power stations a,t 
lock and dam 1, upper White River, Ark. 
June 14, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 4930, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. Inv. 3; «908.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 536. F 

Batey, Benjamin. See Wlmberly, Louis, and 
others. 

Bath County, Ky. Kindle, E. M. Iron ores of 
county. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 
285. 1906. p. 180-182.) 
Same. (In Geological Survey. Investi- 
gations relating to iron ores, [calendar year] 

1905. ) 

Bathing beach. See District of Columbia. 

Bat hurst, Gambia. Hydhooraphio Office. 
Gambia River Entrance, west coast of Africa, 
from British surveys between 1826 and 1890, 
scale naut. m.=0.8 in.; with inset, Bathurst, 
from British survey in 1898, scale 1000 yds.= 
2.9 in.; chart 2235. Aug. 1905. 25.3 X 32.6 
and 6.1 X 4.8 in. 

Bats. 

Anderson, Knud. On some bats of genus rhi- 
nolophus, collected by W. L. Abbott in islands 
of Nias and Engano. (In National Museum. 
Proceedings. 1906. v. 29, p, 657-659, no. 
1440.) 

Same, separate. 

Harn, W. L. Review of bats of genus hemi- 
derma. (In National Museum. Proceedings. 
1907. v. 82, p. 103-118, no. 1514.) 

Same, separate. 

Batteries. See Coast defense — Fortifications — 
Quanta namo. 

Battersley (or Battersby), Julia. See, as ad- 
ministratrix, Hulker, brig— Little John Batter, 
brig. 

Battery Point. Piles, S.H. Report from Com- 
mittee on Commerce, amending S. 2068, to in- 
crease limit of cost of fog signal at Battery 
Point, Wash. Jan. 11, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 
132, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4904.) 

Battlste, Alexander. Haiti. (In Commercial 
relations, 1905. 1906. p. 302, 303.) 

Battle Mountain Sanitarium park. Gamble, 
R. J. Report from Committee on Public 
Lands, amending S. 4310, to set apart lands in 
South Dakota as public park, to be known as 
Battle Mountain Sanitarium park. Feb. 21, 

1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 1196, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 1; 4904.) 

Battle Mountain Sanitarium Reserve. Mar- 
tin, E. \T. Report from Committee on Public 
Lands, favoring H. 15085, to set apart lands in 
South Dakota to be known as Battle Mountain 
Sanitarium Reserve. Feb. 21, 1908. 1 p. 
(E rp. 1638, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 
4908.) Stat. L, v. 34, pt. 1, p. 83. 

Battle-ships. See War-ships. 

Battlement Mesa forest reserve. President 
of United States. [Battlement Mesa forest 
reserve, Colo., 3d] proclamation. June 5, 
1905. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 307(5-79.) 
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Batum, Russia. MastersoV W. W. Trade of 
Batum. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
June, 1907. no. 321, p. 39.) 
Baxi blitz, Samuel F. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 5094, to increase 
pension of Baublitz. Apr. 23, 1906. lp. (H. 
rp. 3535, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. F.) Stat. 
' L. v.34, pt. 2, p. 1932. 

Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring S. 5094, to increase pension df 
Baublitz. Apr. 2, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2296, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
. pt. 2, p. 1932. 
Bauer, August. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 10816, to in- 
crease pension of Bauer. Mar. 6, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 1918, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1742. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10816, to increase pen- 
sion of Bauer. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2127, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1742. 
Bauer, J. W., and others. 

- — Beall, Jack. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoring H. 2326, for relief of Bauer 
and others. Apr. 18, 1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 
3339, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) 

President op United States. Message re- 
turning without approval E. 2326, for relief of 
Bauer and others. Feb. 27, 1907 . 4 p. (H. 
doc. 767, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 53; (156.) 

Same. (In Congressional record . 1907 . 

v. 41, p. 4174, 4175.) 

Same, message only. (In House Jour- 
nal, p. 555, 59th Cong. 2d sess.; 6059.) 
Bauer, Louis Agricola. 

Distribution of magnetic declination in United 
States for Jan. 1, 1905, with isogonic chart and 
secular change tables. ( In Coast and Geodetic 
Survey. Report, 1906. 1906. p. 211-226, 
map in pocket.) 

Same, separate, p. 213-226, map, large 8° 

Results of magnetic observations made by Coast 
and Geodetic Survey, 1905. (In Coast and 
Geodetic Survey. Report, 1905. 1905. p. 
105-192.) 

Same, separate, p. 107-192, large 8° 
Same, 1906. (In same, 1906. 1906. p. 105-209, 
lpl.) 

Same, separate, p. 107-209, 1 pi. large 8" 
Bauerlin, Henrv. 

Bradley, T. w. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, wnendingH. 22985, to increase 
pension of Bauerlin. Jaii . 21 , 1907. 2p. (H. 
rp. 6524. 59th Conp. 2d sesa. In v. C.) Stat, 
if. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2554. 

Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22985, to increase pen- 
sion of Bauerlin. Feb. 7, 1907:' l p. (S'rp. 
(5417, 5<Jlh Conp. 3d seas. In v. C.) Stat; fi. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2554. 
Baughman:, Mrs. Marian. 

AtOBB, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H, 10573, to pension Mrs. 
Baughman. Jan. 29, 1906, 2p. (8. rp. 510, 
59th Cong. lat sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1482. 



Baughman, Mrs. Marlah— Cdrxflnri^T. ' 
Dixon, Lwcouf. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 10573, to pen- 
sion Mrs. Baughman. Jan. 13; 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 211, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1482. ' 

BaUm, Thomas J. 

Edwards, D . C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 13058, to increase 
pension of Baum. May 22, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 4374, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Sta$. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2177. 

Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 13058, to increase pension of 
Baum. June 5, 1906. lp. (S. rp. 4026,59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 2177. 

Bausennan, John H. See, as trustee, Toms 
Brook. 

Bailsman, Mrs. Catherine. 
Holuday, E. S. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 18587, to pension 
Mrs. Bailsman. May 22, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
4351, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2196. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18587, to pension Mrs. 
Bausman. June 6, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4184, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2196. 

Bauxite. 

Geological Survey. Investigations relating to 
aluminum and bauxite, [calendar year] 1906 

6rith bibliography]. (In Geological Survey. 
ulletin315. 1907. p. 215-224, 1 il.) 
Same, separate. 

Production of bauxite and aluminum, [cal- 
endar year] 1905. 1906. 7 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 1171-74.) 

Schnatterbeck, C. C. Production of alumi- 
num and bauxite, [calendar year] 1904. 1905. 
14 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

. resources, 1904. 1905. p. 285-294.) 
Bavaria. Wright, W. F. Trade in Bavaria. 
(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. 
no. 321, p. 12-15.) 
See also Furniture. 
Baxter, Squire B. See Hannah, B., and otters. 
Baxter, Warren S. 
Carter, T. H . Report from Committee on Pub- 
lic Lands, favoring S. 4623, for relief ot Sarah 
E. Baxter, executrix of Baxter. Mar. 1, 1906. 
3 p. (S. rp. 1419, 59th Cong. . 1st sees. In 
v.C.) 

Report from Committee on' Public Lands, 

adverse to S. 3622, for relief of heirs of Baxter. 
Mai. 1, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1420, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. C.) ,. m 

Bay.' See name of bay. 

Bay poplar 1 . See Tupelo. 

Bay Ridge Channel. See New York Harbor. 

Bay-rum; 

Payne, S. E. Report from Committee on WayB 
and Means, favorfne H. £5122; to impose tax 
on bay rum brought from Forto Rico into 
United States, Jan. «0, 1907. 1 pi (H. rp. 
7095 [pt. 1], 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1; 6064.) 



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Bay-rum — Continued. ' 

Underwood, 0. W. Views of minority of Com- 
mittee on Ways and Means, adverse to H. 
25122, to impose tax on bay ruin brought from 
Porto Rico into United States. Feb. 5, 1907. 
1 p. (H. rp. 7095, pt. 2, 59th Cong. 2d Bess. 
Inv. 1; 8084.) 
Bayard, Fort. 

Presidentof United States. Executive order 
[defining boundaries of Fort Bayard military 
reservation, N. Mex.]. July 14,1906. 1 p. f° 

Quartermaster's Department. Estimate of 
appropriation for new construction at Fort 
Bayaffl, N. Mex. Jan. 29, 1907. 2 p. (B. 
doc. 618, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 68; *W6.) 

See also Army General Hospital, Fort Bayard. 
Bayless, Daniel B. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 1019, to in- 
crease pension of Bayless. Jan. 14, 1907. 
1 p. (H. rp. 6336, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2457. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 1019, to increase pension 
of Bayless. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6133, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2457. 
Bayley, Thomas. 

Chanet, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 22609, to increase 
pension of Bayley. Jan. 21, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6537, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2545. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22609, to increase pen- 
sion of Bayley. Feb. 6, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6292, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat, L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2545. 
Bayley, Virgil A. 

Geartn, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 18310, to increase pension 
of Bayley. May 28, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3841, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2098. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 18310, to increase 
pension of Bayley. May 8, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 3885, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2098. 
Bayonets. 

Ordnance Department. Correspondence and 
reports relating to adoption of 16-inch blade 
knife bayonet for United States magazine rifle, 
model of 1903. (In Ordnance Dept. Report, 
1905. 1905 [1906]. p. 75-95.) 

Same, separate. 1906. 

Staff Corps, General. Manual of bayonet ex- 
ercises, Army, provisional, 1907. 1907. 21 p. 
10H. 24" (War Dept. doc. 287.) 
Bayonne, N. J. See Kill Van Hull. 
Bayou. Exeept when this word is part of name 

of town, etc., see name of bayou. 
Bayou Sara, La. Geological Survey. Loui- 
siana, Bayou Sara quadrangle, lat. 30° 30 / -31°, 
long. 9VMU 0 W. Scale 1 : 126,000, contour 



interval 20 ft 
lb.lin. 
Bayovaf, port, 



Edition of Aug. 1906. tf.5 X 

HYdroo raphkJ! dwicE." Port 
ura Bay. Peru, from sketch in 
Sept. 3904, by S. S'. Serbia, scale naut. m.=1.5 



Bayovar, Port — Continued. 

in.; Port Callo or Cayo [or] Port of Jipijapa, 
Ecuador, from sketch in Aug. 1900, by S. S. 
Totmes, scale naut. m.=2 in.; chart 2386. 
Mar. 1907. 10.3 X 17.1 in. 

Bays, William. . , 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee orr 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 12517, to pen- 
sion Bays. June 1, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 4629,. 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2237. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 12517, to pension Bays. 
Dec. 10, M0«. 2 p. ' (S. rp. 4582, 59th Cong. 
2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. V. 34, pt. 2, p. 



Bazan, Port. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Port Bazan, Dall Island, from Russian author- 
ity. Scale naut. m.=0.6 in. 3.4 X 5.2 in. 
(On Coast and Geodetic Survey. Alaska; 

rhart 82fi2. Mar. 1907.) 

Beach, Franklin B. 
Calderreaii, W, A. Report from Committeeon 
Invalid Patulous, favoring 8. 6024, to increase 
ponsiunof Htwh. May 29, 1906. 1 p. (H.rp. 
4562, 5ttth ( '(..njtr. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pi, 2, p. 2137. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring 8. 6024, to increase pension of 
Beach. May 14, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3543, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2137. 

Beach, Lansing Hoskins. Annual report upon 
improvement of rivers and harbors on eastern 
coast of Michigan, 1905. (In Engineer Dept. 
Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 580-690; pt. 2, 
p. 2221-39.) 
Same, separate. 

Same, 1906. See Keller, Charles. 

See also, as engineer, Caseville — Cheboygan — 
Harbor Beach— Sogers, Hich.— BougeBiver — 
as in charge, Northern and Northwestern Lakes 
Survey — as member of board, Michigan, Lake. 

Beach, Warren C. Warren, F. E. Report 
from Committee on Military Affairs, favoring 
S. 7677, to appoint Beach captain on retired 
list. Mar. 2, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 7330, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 

Beach, William D. See, as member, Geographic 

Board. - 
Beach, William J. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 13024, to pension 
Beach. Apr. 7, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 2968, 
58th Cong. 1st seas. Inv. E.) Stat. L. v. 84, 
pt. 2, p. 1988. 

Scorr, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 13024, to pension Beach. 
Apr. 27, 1906. 1 p. (S. *p. 2882, 6tth Cong. 
1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L, v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
..; . 1988. ■ 

Beach mining. See Alaska, Utees and mining. 

Beachey, William C. 

Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring S, 1036, to in- 
crease pensTpn of Beachey. Jan . 22, 1906. 1 p. 

■ (H. rp. 478, 59tH : Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1465. 



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Beachey, William C— Continued. , , • , 
Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 1036, to increase pension of 
Beachey. Jan. 8, 1906. lp. (S. rp. 96, 69th 
Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 1465. 

Beacons. See Light-House Board— lights and 

references. 

Beat, Walter Henry. Barnyard manure, cor- 
rected May 10, 1906. 1906. 32 p. 4 il. (Ex- 
periment Stations Office; Agriculture Dept., 
Farmers' bulletin 192.) [Revision of Farmers' 
bulletin 21.] 
See also, as editor, American Association of 
Farmers' Institute Workers— i Association of 
American Agricultural Colleges and Experi- 
ment Stations — as editor of Experiment sta- 
tion work, Experiment Stations Office. 

Beal & Co. Spanish Treaty Claims Commission . 
Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, 
Edwin F. Atkins v. United States, and Beal 
& Co. v. United States, on final hearing, state- 
ment of facts and brief for defendant. Nov. 
8, 1906. 37 p. large 8° (Attorney-General, 
Assistant, for Spanish Treaty Claims Commis- 
sion.) 

Beale, Joseph H. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 3419, to increase pension 
of Beale. Mar. 6, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 1447, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1839. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3419, to increase 
pension of Beale. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2614, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1839. 

Beall, Alphenis M. 

Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending ft. 10562, to increase pension 
of Beall. Mar. 1, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 1803, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1740. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 10562, to increase pension of 
Beall. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 2107, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1740. 

Beall, Jack, Representative from Texas. See, 
for reports from Committee on Claims: 

Arlington, L. L. Hartsell, Judd O. 

Bauer, J. W., and Haynes, David 0. 
others Hodges, A. J., 0. C, 

Blank * Parks and T. W. 

Bujao, Etlenne De P. Kraut, P. 

Darts, Matthew J. [8] Miller, Mrs. B. E. 

Deposit Savings Asso- Nentse, Mrs. Margaret 
elation Beid, Charles W. 

Pnlgham, Oscar Bichmond Locomotive 

Gray, Frederick P. Works. 

For views of minority of Committee on Terri- 
tories, signed jointly with J. T. Lloyd et al., 
sea *^tT v * Battroad 
Beall, William H. 

Meyer, Adolph. Report from Committee on 
Naval Affairs, favoring H. 5661, for relief of 
Beall. Mar. 7, 1906.^ p. (H. rp. 2121, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. D!) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2,p72406. 



Beall, William H.— Continued. ... . , , 

Platt, T. C. Report from Committee on Naval 
Affairs, favoring H- 5651, for relief of Beall. 
Jan- 29, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 5633, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. B.) Stat.X. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2406. 

Beall, William O. Interior Department. Pa- 

gjrs in investigation of official conduct of 
eall; presented by Mr. Clapp. Feb. 28, 
1907. 158 p. (S. doc. 367, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 5; W78.) 
Same, advance print, without title or docu- 
ment number. [1907.] 158 p. 
Beall, William R. See Pox, Benjamin P., and 

omers. 
Beam, Van Buren. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In" 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 16662, to increase 
pension of Beam. Apr. 30, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3647, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2086. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 16662, to increase pen- 
sion of Beam. May 28, 1906. 2 p. (S, rp. 
3826, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G-) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2086. 
Bean, Alba B. 
Dickson, F. S. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 7232, to pension Bean. 
Mar. 15, 1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 2290, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
1872. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring a. 7232, to pension Bean. 
Apr. 17, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 2694, 59th Cong, 
lstsess. Inv.E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1872. 
Bean, Barton Appier. History of whale shark, 
rhinodon typicus Smith [with bibliography]. 
(Smithsonian Institution [publication 1587]; 
In Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 
48. 1905. p. 139-148, 5 0. 3 pi.) 

Same, separate. July 1, 1905. p. 139-148. 5 il. 
3 pi. (Smithsonian Institution. [Publica- 
tion] 1587.) 

See also, as joint author, Elgenmann, Carl H. 
Bean, Benjamin F. 

Dbemer, Eliab. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 1074, to increase 
pension of Bean. Jan. 8, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp, 
60, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 
34, pt. 2, p. 1430. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 1074, to increase pension of 
Bean. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 310, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 1430. 

Bean, Mrs. Elizabeth B. 

Loudenslaoer, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, amending S. 1248, to pension Mrs, 
Bean. Apr. 12, 1900. Z p. (H. rp. 3192, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In r. E.) Stat. L. v. 84, 
pt. 2, p. 1844. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee oh Pen- 
sions, amending 8. 1248, to pension Mrs. Bean. 
Mar. 19, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 1863, 59th Cong, 
lstsess. Inv.O.) Stat. L.v. 34.pt. 2, p. 1844. 

Bean, John W. Court o* Claims. Findings. 

H. docV$5r, 99th Cong. 



Jan. 12, 1906. 2 p. (H. < 
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Bean, Walter P. 

Bradley, T- W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H; 16956, to increase 
pension of Bean. Mar. 20, 1906. 1 p. (E. 

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rp. 2444, 69th Cong. 1st 
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BtmNHAM, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 15956, to increase pen- 
sion of Bean. Apr. 25, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2815, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. £.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1909. 

Beans, John C. Tides and thunderstorms. (In 
Monthly weather review, July, 1905. Oct. 14, 
1905. v. 33, p. 309.) 

Beans. 

Corbett, L. 0. Beans. Apr. 30, 1907. 28 + ii 
p. 12 il. (Plant Industry Bureau; Agriculture 
Dept., Farmers' bulletin 289.) 

Skinner, R. P. France [in Algeria], coloniza- 
tion contrasts; Poisonous beans. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. June, 1906. ho. 809, p. 
101-106.) 

See also Soy. 

Bear Creek, Colo. Emmons, W. H. Ore deposits 
of Bear Creek, near Silverton, Colo. (In Geo- 
logical Survey. Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 26- 
27.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to gold and silver, [calendar 
year] 1905.) 

Bear Creek, Mont. Fisher, C. A. Development 
of Bear Creek coal fields. (In Geological Sur- 
vey. Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 269, 270.) 
Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to coal and lignite, [calendar 
year] 1905.) 

Bear Lodge forest reserve. President op 
United States. Bear Lodge forest reserve, 
Wyo., proclamation. [Mar. 1, 1907.] [2] p. 
map, f° 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3287, 

map.) 

Bear River. 
Davey, R. C. Report from Committee on In- 
terstate and Foreign Commerce, amending H. 
15259, to authorize North Mississippi Traction 
Company to construct dams and power sta- 
tions on river in Tishomingo- County, Miss. 
Mar. 9, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 2177, 59Qi Cong. 
1st sees. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 130. 

Richardson, William. Report from Commit- 
tee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, 
amending H. 21194, to authorize J. F. An- 
drews [and] J. W. Jourdan to construct dams 
and power stations on river in Tishomingo 
County, Miss. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (EL rp. 
6378, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 1; A064.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 929. 

Bear River forest reserve. President or 
United States. Bear River forest reserve. 
Idaho and Utah {to include and supewede 
Logan forest reserve], proclamation. May 28, 
. . 1906. 1 p. map, f° 

• Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3206, 

map.) t ■ 

Beards Qeorre VY. < ' 

Bur.vbah, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 1666, to increase pen- 



Beard, George W. — Continued. ' 

sion of Beard. Feb. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1283, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1645. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1666, to increase 
pension of Beard. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2025, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1645. 
Beardslee, Mrs. Evelyn S. 
Draper, W. H. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 2340, to pension Mrs. 
Beardslee. Jan. 25, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 548, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1518. 
La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 2340, to pension Mrs. 
Beardslee. Feb. 7, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 793, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1518. 
Beardsley, James W. Labor conditions in Phil- 
ippine Islands. Manila, 1907. 29 p. 4 il. 
(Philippine Commission. ) [From Engineering 
news, Nov. 23, 1905.] 
See also, as consulting engineer and chief, 
Philippine Islands, Engineering Bureau. 
Beardsley, Mrs. Mary L. 
Alqbk, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending t>y substitute S. G429, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Beards! ey. Dec. 10, 
1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 4510, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2274. 
Fuller, 0. E. Report from Committee on In- 
vsitkl Pensions, favoring S. 6429, to increase 
" f. Jan. 8, 1907. 2 p. 
. 2d sess. In v. B.) 

Beardy. See Loach. 
Bearss, Levi. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring BT. 2594, to increase pension of 
Bearss. Jan. 22,1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 292, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1436. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2594, to increase 
pension of Bearss. Jan. 9, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 132, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1436. 

Beasely, Mis. Martha L. t misprint. See Beesley. 

Beasley, John. Pattkrson, J. O. Report from 
Committee on War Claims, adverse to H. 9992, 
for relief of Beasley. Jan. 24, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 527, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 

Beasley, Mrs. Nancy G. Shoot, Rebel Report 
from Committee on Pensions, amending S. 326, 
to increase pension of Mrs. Beasley. Mar. 19, 
1906, 1 p. (S. rp. 1864, 69th Cong. 1st sess. 
Inv. C.) 

Beattie, William Renvtfck, 

Celery. Apr. 30, 1907. 86 + ii p. 16 il. (Plant 
Industry Bureau; Agriculture Dept., Fanners' 
bulletin 282.) 

Home vegetable garden. 1906. 47 p. 34 il. 
(Plant Industry Bureau; Agriculture Dept., 
Farmers' bulletin 285.) 

Okra, its culture and uses. 1905. 16 p-8 il. 
(Plant Industry Bureau; Agriculture Dept., 
Farmers' bulletin 232.) 



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[H, rp. 5!B2, 59th Conp 
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Beatty, Mrs. Emma L. 
Ames, Butler. Report from Committee on 

Pensions, amending H. 10164, to pension Mrs. 

Beatty. fob. 7, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 7316, 

59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. M, 

pt. 2, p. 2664. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 

Pensions, favoring H. 10164, to pension Mrs. 

Beatty. Feb. 18, 1907. 2 p. (8. rp. 6764, 

59th Cong. 2d aess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 54, 

pt. 2, p. 2564. 

Beatty, John. 

Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 5366, to in- 
crease pension of Beatty. Apr. 23, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 3552, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1936. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 5366, to increase pension of 
Beatty. Apr. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2448, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1936. 

Beatty, Mrs. Mi Richardson. See, as treasurer 
of board of lady managers, District of Colum- 
bia, Eastern Dispensary and Casualty Hospital. 

Beatty, Robert. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee oh In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 4161, to increase 
pension of Beatty. May 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3810, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2069. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 4161, to increase pension of 
Beatty. May 21, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3726, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2069. 

Beattyville, Ky. Adamson, W. C. Report from 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce, favoring H. 20287, to authorize George 
Hammons, Charles Vaunice, and F. A. Lyons, 
to construct bridge across Kentucky River at 
Beattyville. June 26, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
5018, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. 3; 4908.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 819. 

Beaufort County, S. C. Sherrabd, T. H. 
Working plan for forest lands in Hampton and 
Beaufort counties, S. C. Jan. 31, 1907. 54 p. 
11 il. 7 pi. map. (Forest Service. Bulletin 
43, revised edition.) 

Beaufort Inlet. Engineer Department. Re- 
port of [board on} examination and survey of 
waterway from Norfolk, Va., to Beaufort Inlet, 
N.C. Dec. 4,1906. 20p.map. (H.doc.84, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 47; 5160.) 

Beaumont, John C. Court o» Claims. Find- 
ings in case, of Fannie S. B. Halm, widow of 
Beaumont. Apr. 20, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 
357, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 7; 4915.) 

Beau pre, Arthur M. 

Argentina. (InMontMyoons.andtrkderp. Apr. 
■ f906. no. m, p. 81, 32:) 

[Argentine Republic] (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Feb. 1906. no. 305, p." 51, 52.) '. 

[Argentine Republic] foreign commerce. (In 
- Monthly cons, and trade rp, Jan. 1906. no. 
304, p. 143-145.) 

and Cole, O,. C. . Argentina. (In Commercial 
' "i relations, 1905. 1906. : p. 305,,306-). " 



Beaver, Esta. Indian Affairs QyvpeK, I>«dt 
of legislation for permitting patent in fee 
simple to be issued to Kaw pa she no quah, or 
Esta Beaver, Peoria allottee. Jan. 8, 1907. 
. 2 p. (H. doc. 432, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
61; 5154.) 

Beaver, Frank. Indian Affairs Office. Recom- 
mendation that patent in fee simple be issued 
to Beaver, Peoria allottee. Jan. 14, 1907 . 2 
p. (H. doc. 481, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 51; 
5164.) 

Beaver, Pa. Geologjcal Survex . Beaver folia, 
Pa. 1905 [1906]. 15 p. 3 il. 1 pi. 3 maps, 
large 4° (Geologic atlas of United States 134.) 

Beaver County, Pa. Woolsey, L. H. Economic 
geology of Beaver quadrangle. Pa., southern 
Beaver and northwest Allegheny counties. 
1906 [1907]. vi + 132 + vip. 35il. 7 pi, map 
in pocket. (Geological Survey. Bulletin 286.) 

Same. (H. doc. 834, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 

In v. 77; 5017.) 

Beaver forest reserve. See Beaver national 
forest. 

Beaver Harbor. Northern and Northwest- 
ern Lakes Survey. Chart of Beaver Island 
Group, including northeast end of Lake Michi- 
gan from Manistique to St. Helena Shoal, scale 
1:120,000; with inset, Beaver Harbor, Lake 
Michigan, scale 1:15,000. Feb. 15, 1907. 23 X 
35.8 and 7.7 X 6.6 in. 

Beaver Island. Northern and Northwestern 
Lakrs- Survey. Chart of Beaver Island 
Group, including northeast end of Lake Michi- 
gan from Manistique to St. Helena Shoal, scale 
1:120,000; with inset, Beaver Harbor, Lake 
Michigan, scale 1:15,000. Feb. 15, 1907. 23 X 
35.8 and 7.7 X 6.6 in. 

Beaver Lodge, I. O. O. F., Ekalaka, Mont. 
Carter, T. fl. Report from Committee on Pub- 
lic Lands, favoring S. 6165, granting to lodge 
land for public cemetery purposes. May 16, 

1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3617, 69th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 2; 4906.) 

Dixon, J. M. Report from Committee on Public 
Lands, amending S. 6165, granting to lodge 
land for public cemetery purposes. Mar. 1, 

1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 8162, 59th Cong. Hd sess. 
In v. 2; 5065.) 

Beaver national forest. President of United 
States. Beaver forest reserve, Utah, procla- 
mation. Jan. 24, 1906. 1 p. map, f° 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3> p. 3189, 

3190, map.) 

— — Same, with title, Beaver national forest, 
Utah, 2d proclamation. [Apr. 25, 1907.] [2] 
. p. map, f° 
Beaverwood. See Htekberry* 
Becca, brie/ Court of Claims. Conclusions of 
f law and fact in French spoliation cases relat- 
ing to brig, John Somes, master. Dec. 4,1906. 
. 2 p, ,(H. doc. 95,,§9th (Cong, 2d sbbb. In » 
, .47; 5150.) . ,-. , 

Beccari, Odoardo. Notes on Philippine palms, 
1. (In Philippine journal of- science, June, 
1907. Manila, 1907. v. 2, no. .81, [series] C, p. 
219.-240.) .... I .... ^ 

See Sea-cucumbers. > .', ... 

Immigratiq»eeryi«e>tn Hjncsii. 
.Report «f governor, 4906. .: 1905. 



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Bechtel, Fred M.— Condoned, 

Same. (In Interior Dept. Reports, 1905, gov- 

■ emore of Territories, etc. 1905 [1906). p. 
280-292.) 
Bechtol, Mrs. Catharine. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 3492, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Bechtol. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 2071, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1656. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 3492, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Bechtol. Feb. 26, 1806. 
2 p. (S. rp. 1280, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 

B. ) Stat L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1656, 

Beck, Henry L. Scott, N. B, Report from 
Committee on Military Affairs, adverse to S. 
3157, restoring Beck as captain and placing 
» on retirea list. Feb. 1, 1906. 4 p. (S. 
. 587, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Beck, Philip. See Williams, B, W,, and others. 
Becker, Mrs. Frances. 
Cabmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18911, to increase pen- 
aion of Mrs. Becker. June 23, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 4374, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2202. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on Inva- 
lid Pensions, amending H. 18911, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Becker. May 19, 1906. 1 p. 
?H. rp. 4289, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 2202. 
Becker, Mrs. Margaret. 
Debmer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 8930, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Becker. Mar. 6, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1949, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 

C. ) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1785. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 

Pensions, favoring H. 8930, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Becker. Mar. 26, 1906. . 1 p. (S. rp. 
2117, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1735. 
Becker, Martin. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 23468, to in- 
crease pension of Becker. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 6324, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2649. 

Overman, L. S. Report •from Committee *n 
Pensions, favoring H. 23468, to increase pen- 
sion of Becker. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6364, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34j pt. 2, p. 2649, 
Becker Brewing arid Malting Company. 

Howell, Joseph. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoring S. 1231, to reimburse com- 
pany. Feb. 24/ 1906. 5 j>. (H. rp. 1713, 
59th Cong! 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat, t . v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2313. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee qsj 
Claims, favoring S. .1231, to reimburse com- 

?any, Janl 16, 1906. 6 p. (S. rp. 213, 59th 
ong. 1st sess. In v. A,) Stat. h. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 2313. 

Betkwithr Theodore D. See, as, joint author, 
Kellennan, Karl Frederic. 

Bedbug- IMahWtt, 0.' ' L, Bedbugs, ' cimex 
lectularius L.; revised reprint fronr Bulletin 
4,!j»w,#Briea >1 JDivi«on pS Entomology. Feb. 
26, 1907. 8 p. 3 il. (Entemelogjr Bureau. 
Circular 47, revised edition.) 



Bedding, for cattle. Experiment Stations Of* 
woe. Bedding for cows. (In Agriculture 
Dept. Farmers' bulletin 237. 1905. p. 
20-22.) (Compiled from Maryland station 
bulletin 104. J 

Beddow, Peter. See McDonald, John X., and 
others. 

Bedell, Henry E. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 1164, to increase pension 
of Bedell. Jan. 8, 1906. 3 p. (8. rp. 50, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1456. 
StnxowAY, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1164, to increase 
pension of Bedell. Jan. 22, 1906. 3 p. (H. 
rp. 479, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1456. 

Bedford, Mrs. Leah. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 2867, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Bedford. June 6, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 
4203, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. L.: 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2159. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2867, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Bedford. May 19, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 4334 , 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2159. 

Bedford & Morton. See Fair Columbian, brig. 

Bed lent, George W. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 1685, to increase pen- 
sion of Bedient. Mar. 14, 1906 . 2 p. (S. rp. 
1759, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2; p. 1669. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 1685, to in- 
crease pension of Bedient. Feb. 20, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1516, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1669. 

Bee-trees. See Basswood. 

Bee be, Alva. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 14705, to increase pension of 
Beebe. June 6, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 4189, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2182. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 14705, to increase 
pension of Beebe. May 19, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 4318, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. 
E. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2182. 

Beech trees. Braniff, E. A. Grides and 
amount of lumber sawed from yellow poplar, 
yellow birch, sugar maple, and beech. 1906. 
30 p. (Forest Service. Bulletin 73.) 

Beechey Group. Hydrographio Office. Chichi 
Jima [or] Beechey Group, Ogaaawara [orl Benin 
or Arzobispo Islands, Japan , from survey by 
Japanese Geographical Department in 1881 
and 1882 and survey by TJ. S. S. Vincenaes in 
1854, scale naut. m.=2.91 in.; with insets, 
Ogaeawara Group, scale 1° long.ss9.83 in.; 
Marcus Island, north Pacific Ocean, from sur- 
vey in 1902 by Wm. Alanson Bryan, scale 
naut. m.wa.9 in.; chart 1902. June; 1902, 
corrections, tfov. 1906. 37:1 X. 24.9, 16* 5.2, 
and 9.1 X 7.6 in. 

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Beeks, William L. 

Calserhxad, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, amending H. 4876, to in- 
crease pension of Beeks. Jan. 9, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 98, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Stafc t. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1443. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 4876, to increase pension of 
Beeks. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 364, 69th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1443. 
Beeler, Louis F. 

Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 16546, to increase pen- 
sion of Beeler. Jan. 22, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5245, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2361. 

Richardson, William. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending H. 16546, to in- 
crease pension of Beeler. Dec. 13, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 5428, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2361. 
Beeny, George W. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22986, to increase pen- 
sion of Beeny. Feb. 20, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6966, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2764. 

Sullowat, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 22986, to in- 
crease pension of Beeny. Feb. 7, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 7460, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 

' Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2764. 
Beer and malt liquors. 

Barnard, H. E. Report on methods of beer 
analysis. Mar. 15, 1907. 16 p. (Chemistry 
Bureau. Circular 33.) 

Internal Revenue Commissioner. Annual 
report, 1905. 1905. vii + 150 p. (Treas. 
Dept. doc. 2423.) 

Same, with omissions. (In Treasury Dept. 

Report, 1905. 1906. p. 455-170.) 

Same [with tables]. 1905. vii + 227 p. 

(Treas. Dept. doc. 2424.) 

Same. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2424; H. doc. 

20, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 41; 4981.) 

Same, 1906. 1906. vii + 128 p. (Treas. 

Dept. doc. 2454.) 

Same, with omissions. (In Treasury Dept. 

Report, 1906. 1906. p. 431-446.) 

Same [with tables], vii + 206 p. (Treas. 

Dept. doc. 2455.) 

Same. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2466; Hi doC. 

20, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 39; 5148.) 

Regulations and instructions relating to ex- 
portation, free of tax, or with benefit of draw- 
back, of distilled spirits, f emeu ted liquor, 
tobacco, snuff, cigars, oleomargarine, adul- 
terated butter, mixed flour, playing cards, and 
stills, under internal revenue laws. June 1, 
1906. 89 p. 1 il. ' (Regulations no. 29.) 

Reports of beer exported, use Of form CC, 

form 265. Mar. 11, 1907. 1 p. 4° (Circular 
695.) 

Manufactures Bureau. Beer in France [Great 
• Britain, and Mexico). (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 171, 172.) 

[Articles by two consular pfficersTJ 



Beer and malt liquors — Continued. ■ ■ • - 

Manufactures Bureau. Wine and beer. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 
316, p. 198-201.) [A collection of articles by 
consular officers and others.] 

Mbrritt, Ecgenb. Hops in principal countries, 
their supply, foreign trade, and consumption, 
with statistics of beer brewing. Apr. 27, 1907. 
34 p. 1 il. (Foreign Markets Division; Statis- 
tics Bureau, Bulletin 50.) 

Miller, H. B. Japan, beer brewing industry. 
(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. 
no. 321, p. 159-161.) 

See also liquors. 
Beery, Mrs. Marinda D. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7483, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Beery. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. 
?H. rp. 7879, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p/2714. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 7483, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Beery. Feb. 4, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6023. 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2714. 
Bees. 

Entomology Bureau. Report of meeting of 
inspectors of apiaries, San Antonio, Tex., 
Nov. 12, 1906. June 17, 1907. 79 p. 1 pi. 
(Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 70.) 

State and Territorial laws relative to foul 

brood. (In Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 
61. Nov. 5, 1906. p. 184-200.) 

Same, separate. [1906.] 

Howard, L. O., and Burgess, A. F. Laws in 
force against injurious insects and foul brood 
in United States. Nov. 5, 1906. 222 p. (En- 
tomology Bureau. Bulletin 61.) 

Phillips, E. F. Brood diseases of bees. fOct. 3, 
1906.] 6 p. (Entomology Bureau. Circular 
79.) 

Rearing of queen bees. 1905. 32 p. 17 iL 

(Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 55.) 

White, G. F. Bacteria of apiary with special 
reference to bee diseases [with bibliographies]. 
Nov. 6, 1906. 50 p. (Entomology Bureau. 
Technical series 14.) 

Beesiey, Mrs. Martha L. 
McLajn, F. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 18697, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Beesiey. May K)> 1808. . 1 p. 
(H. rp. 3973, 59th Cong. 1st sess. Itt v. G.) 
Stat L- v. 34, pt. 2, p, 2106. . , 

Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee' on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18687, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Beesiey. May 81, 1908. 1 p. 
(8. rp. 3956, 59th Cong. 1st sees. Iav.G.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2106. 

Beet sugar. 

Agriculture Department. Progress of beet- 
sugar industry in United States in 1905. 1906. 
130 p. 5 il. (Report 82.) 

—r— Same. (S. doc. 418, 59th, Cong,, is}; sesfv 
In v. 7; 4818.) I 

Same to 1906. May25 v 1907< 135-?. < (&eH 

port 84.) 

■ Same. (H. doc. 799, 59tfi Cong. Sd Bess. 

In v. 82; 8188.) . 



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Beet sugar— Continued. ' 
Census Bureau. Census of rnanufactures, 1905, 
canning and preserving, rice cleaning and pol- 
icing, and manufacture of beet sugar. 1006. 
68 p. lil. 4» (Bulletin 61.) 
Elkln, Z. C* Beet sugar. 

Ellsworth, E. K. Canning and preserving, fruits, and 

vegetables, fish, and oysters. 
Ftugham, H. If. Rice, cleaning and polishing. 

Dthderich, H. W. Sugar-beet industry in Ger- 
many. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Feb. 
1906. no. 305, p. 207, 208.) 

Experiment Stations Office. American- 
grown sugar-beet seed; [compilation]. (In 
Agriculture Dept. Fanners' bulletin 251. 
1906. p. 5-7.) 

Beet molasses and beet pulp for farm ani- 
mals; [compilation]. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 262. 1906. p. 18-23.) 

Gottschalk, A. L. M. Sugar beet in Mexico. 
(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Sept. 1906. 
no. 312, p. 101-103.) 

Manufactures Bureau. Sugar industry. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1807. no. 
318, p. 18-21 . ) [A collection of articles written 
or transmitted by consular officers.] 

Thackara, A. M. Sugar, by-products from 
beets [in] Germany. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Apr. 1806. no. 307, p. 188-180.) 

Townsend, C. O. Methods of reducing cost of 
producing beet sugar. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Yearbook, 1806. 1907. p. 265-278, 2 il. 2 pi.) 

Same, separate. 1907. ii -f- 265-278 p. 2 

il. 2 pi. (Plant Industry Bureau.) 

Wiley, H. W. Influence of environment upon 
composition of sugar beet fduring]1903. 1805. 
38 p. 3 il. (Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 85.) 

Same, 1804, with Summary of 5-year inves- 
tigation. 1905. 66 p. 10 il. 1 pi. (Chemistry 
Bureau. Bulletin 86.) 

See also Sugar. 
Beetles. See Asparagus -beetles— Bark -beetles— 
Cigarette - beetles — Clover - root borers — Col- 
orado potato-beetles — Toller's rose-beetles — 
Parasite insects — Seed-corn ground-beetles — 
Sugar-cane beetles — Tiger-beetles — Water- 
cress leaf-beetles— Western pine-destroying 
bark-beetles. 
Begole, William M. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings in case of Harriett C. Begole, mother of 
William W. fM.] Begole. Jan. 26; 1907. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 589, 59th Cong. 2d Bess. In V. 52; 
»15fc) 
Behs.nl, Alfred. 

Burnhau, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 4986, to increase pen- 
sion of Beham. Mar. 26, U06. X p. . {S, oh 
2061, 59th Cong, 1st seas. In v. D.) Slat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1857. 

Kelther, J. A. Report from CemmijUee on ;Ibj- 
valid Pensions, favoring ,H. 4986,' to judceease 
pension of Beham. Apr. 10, 1906- 1 p. (H. 
rp. 3106, 58th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E. » Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1857. 

Behan, James. Dawson, A. F. Report from 
Committee on Naval Affairs, favoring ,H. 
l^. fcrreUefofBeVtt. Jan. li 1807. 2 p. 
(H.rp, 6381, 58th Cong. 2d sess. InvLC.) 

Behr, Francis Jtieepfu. See, as translator, Ger- 



Behrend, Walter. Cultivation, tot potato Matt; 
its significance from standpoint of political 
economy. Feb. 13, 1907. 20 p. (8. doc. 309, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 5; 0072.) 

Betirerts, Fred rich. 
Holliday. E. S. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 200, to increase 
pension of Behrens. Mar. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 1968, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt 2, p. 1632. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions,' favoring S. 200, to increase pension 
ofBehrensi Feb. 12, 1806. 2 p. (S. rp. 843, 
58th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1632. 

Behymer, John. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 10384, to increase 
pension of Behymer. May 18, 1806. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 4330, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G,) Stat. 
L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 2172. 

Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10394, to increase pen- 
sion of Behymer. June 6, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
4118, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2172. 

Beier, Julius. 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7876, to increase pension 
of Beier. Apr. 30, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3179, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) Stat. L. V. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1972. 

Weiss e, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 7876, to increase 
pension of Beier. Mar. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 

In v. C.) Stat. 



?p. 1835, 58th Cong. 1st sess. 
.. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1872. 



Beilby, George Thomas. Gold in science and 
industry. (In Smithsonian Institution. Re- 
port, 1805. 1906. p. 215-234, 1 il.) [From 
Chemical news, v. 82, no. 2387, Aug. 25, 1905.] 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 215-234, 1 il. (Smith- 
sonian Institution. [Publication] 1677.) 

Belcher, S. E. See Xattax, James, and others. 

Belden, Arthur W. Coking tests [at fuel-testing 
plant of Geological Survey at St. Louis, Mo., 
May 1-Dec 31, 1905]. (In Geological Survey. 
Bulletin 290. 1906. p. 38, 38.) 

Belden, Herbert L. See, as joint author, Drake, 
Jerry A. — Griffon, Arthur X., and others— 
Mooney, Charles N., and others. 

Belden, Howard H. President of United 
States. Executive order {authorising ap- 
pointment of Belden in any Executive De- 
partment upon his passing satisfactory non- 
competitive examination]. Dec. 11, 1905. 
lp. f° 

Belden, Lewis F. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 17335, to increase 
pension of Belden. Dec. 19, 1808. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5608, 59th Cong. 2d sess. Id v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt % p. 2491. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
lions, favoring H. 17335, to increase pension of 
Belden. Jan. 30, 1807. 1 p. (S. rp. 5672, 
■ 58th Cong. 2d sees. Inv.B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2481. 



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Belden, Perry F. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 18147, to increase pension of 
Belden. May 14, 1906. 2 p. <8. rp. 3566, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. F.) Stat. L. v> 84, 
. pt. 2, p. 2060. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 18147, to increase 
pension of Belden. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3408, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2060. 
Belden, W. S. See, as member of joint commis- 
sion, Treasury Department, Money-orders. 

Belding, Mrs. Jennie P. 
Bennett, J. B. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18633, to increase pen- 
' sion of Mrs. Belding. May 10, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 3969, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2104. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 18633, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Belding. May 28, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3882, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
y. 34, pt. 2, p. 2104. 
Beled-es-Soodan. See Sudan. 
Belgium. 

Verbatim report of 5 days' Congo debate in Bel- 
gian House of Representatives, Feb. 20, 27, 
28., Mar. 1, 2, 1906. Dec. 13, 1906. 184 p. 
(S. doc. 139, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 3; 
6070.) 

Butman, A. B. Footwear fin] Belgium. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. bo. 
316, p. 162-164.) 

McNally, J. C. Belgium, 
and trade rp. Apr. 1906. 

Belgium, industries. 

and trade rp. Dec. 1906. 

Manufactures Bureau. Belgium. (In Month- 
ly cons, and trade rp. Feb. 1906. no. 305, p. 
152-155.) [Reports by consular officers.] 

Belgium. (Iu Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Mar. 1906. no. 306, p. 173-176.) [A collection 
of articles by consular officers.] 

Belgium. (In Monthly cone, and trade rp. 

May, 1906. no. 308, p. 95-98.) [A collection 
Of articles by consular officers and others.] 

Belgium. ' (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

June, 1906. no. 309, p. 111-114.) [Reports 
- by two consular officers.] 

Belgium. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Jury, 1906. no. 310, p. 107, W8-) [Reports 
by two consular officers.] 

Belgium. J[In Monthly cone, and trade rp. 

, , Aug. 1906. no. 311, p. 49-52.) [A collection 
of articles by consular officers.] 

Belgium. (In Monthly cons, and, trade rp, 

Sept. 1906. ,no. 312, p. 35-3? .) [Reports by 
two consular officers.] 

I — r Belgium; coke and iron industry [etc.]. 
' ■ <In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. . 1906. 
no. 304, p. 192-195.) [A collection of articles 
,.|byconsu^ officers.} 

t- Belgium [1906]. (In Commercial. relations, 
1906i -1906i: p. 389-396.) [Reports byi con- 
sular, officers tin commerce of Belgium*, Ant- 
werp, Brussels, Ghent, and Liege.) ., j 



(In Monthly cons, 
no. 307, p. 99-102.) 

(In Monthly cons, 
no. 315, p. 82-84.) 



Belgium — Continued. 
Manufactures Bureau. Same [1906]. (In 
same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 480-191.) [Re- 

gjrts by consular officers on commerce of 
elgium, Antwerp, Ghent, and Liege.] 

Kingdom of Belgium. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 129-133.) 
[A collection of articles by consular officers.] 
State Department. Belgium. (In State Dept. 
Foreign relations, 1905. 1908. p. 69-93.) 

Same. (In aame, 1906. 1909. pt. 1, p. 

62-106.) 

See also Agriculture — Curios— Expositions — Fish 
and fisheries — Furniture — Gloves — Horse- 
flesh — India-rubber — Lace — Laundries — 
Bailroads — Shoes — Technical education — 
Wool. 

Belington, W. Va. Geological Survey. West 
Virginia, Belington quadrangle, lat. 39°-39° 
IS 7 , long. 79° 45'-80° Scale 1:62,500, con- 
tour interval 50 ft. Edition of Apr. 1907. 
17.5 X 13.7 in. 

Belisle, Eugene L. Limoges. (In Commercial 
relations, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 516, 517.) 

Belk, Mrs. Lizzie. 
Aiken , Wtatt. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 11416, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Belk. Feb. 1, 1906. 1 p. ?H. rp. 
. 719, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1704. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11416, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Belk. Mar. 5, 1906. 1 p. IS. rp. 
1512, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v-34.pt. 2, p. 1704. 

Belknap, Charles. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings in case of Fanny Belknap, widow of Charles 
Belknap. Dec. 5, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 68, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2 * 6069.) 

Belknap, Rollin S. 

Campbell, P. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 21268, to pension 
Belknap. Jan. 24, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 6673, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.J Stat. L. v 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2483. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 21268, to pension Belknap* 
Feb. 6, 1907 1 p. (S. rp. 6269, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. C.) Stet. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2483. 

Report from Committee on Pensions, 

amending by substitute S. 3691, to.pensip* 
Belknap.' Feb. 11, 1907. 2 p« (S. rp. 6607, 
59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) 

Hell, Agrippa Nelson. Court or Claihs. Find- 
ings. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 82, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 0069.) 

Bell, Charles A. 

' Smith, S. W. Report froto Committee on In- 
•'' valid Pensions, favoring 8. 6756, to increase 

pension of Bell. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 

7765, 59th Cong. 2d sess. : In r- B.) Stat. L. 
.• -v.34,, pt. 2; P.J707. - i ■ ,<,;! 

! 'Skoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
- sions, amending $: 5756, to increase pension of 
Bell: 'Feb. 11, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp.'6622, 59th 
no Cong.' 2d sess.. lav. 0^,^bt.iI».Ki94,«t»4, 
p. 2707 



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Bell, E. D. Cassel, H. B. Report from Conunifr 
tee on Accounts, amending H. B. 692, to pay 
Bell. June 27, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 5037, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. H.) 

Bell, Edward B. Court of Claws. Findings 
in case of Louisa 0. Bell, widow of Edward B. 
Bell. Dec. 6, 1908. 8 p. (8. doc. 90, 59th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. 2; 5069.) 

Bell, Edward W. 
Edwarpb, D. C. Report item Committee ou 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 15274, to in- 
crease pension of Bell. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 3434, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2014. 
Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 15274, to increase pension of 
Bell. May 7, 1906.. 1 p. (8. rp. 3320, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. I., v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 2014. 

Bell, Mrs. France*. 
Draper, W. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 13575, to pension 
Mrs. BeU. Apr. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 2914, 
59th Cong, 1st sees. In v. E.) Stat. L. v, 
34, pt. 2, p. 1993. 
Piles, S. H- Report from Committee on. Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 13575, to pension Mrs. Bell. 
Apr. 28, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3061, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. Inv. E.) Stat. L, v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
1993. 

Bell, George Arthur. 

Hints to poultry raisers. Dec. 5, 1906. 3 p. 
(Animal Industry Bureau. Circular 82.) 

Poultry management. June 29, 1907. 48 p. 
14 ll. (Animal Industry Bureau; Agricul- 
ture Dept., Farmers' bulletin 287.) 

Same, with additions, and with list of references. 
(In Animal Industry Bureau. 22d report, 

1905. Apr. 6, 1907. p. 213-266, 7 il. 5 pi.) 
Same, separate. [1907.] ii + 213-266 p. 7 il. 

5 pi. 

See also, as editor, Agriculture Department, 
Farmers' bulletin 61 and 64. 
Bell, Howard P., Smith, W. W., and Tucker, 
W. H. 

Nelson, Knute. Report from Com- 
mittee on Cummeree, favoring S. 4726, per- 
mitting building of dam fil ial Mississippi 
River at or near Pite Rapida in Morrison 
County, Minn- (bv Howard P. BeU, William 
W. Smith, ami Wilson D. Tucker]. Mar. 9, 

1906. 1 p. {S. rp. 1585. 59fh Cong.' 1st sess. 
In v. 1; 4904.) 

— i ; — Stevens, F. C ., Report from Commit- 
tee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, 
amending H. 24272, permitting building of 
dam across Mississippi. River , at or near Pike 
Rapids, Minn, [by Howard P. Bell, William 
W. Smith, and Wilson W r Tucker]. Jan. 25, 

1907. 2 p. (H. rp: 6734, 59<h Cong. 2d sess. 
1 In v. Ir66«4.) 

Bel J, James Franklin. Stats Department. 
tetter requesting that Bell and Grore Hutche* 
IH be permitted to accept decorations con- 
. rred by French Government. Jan. 5, 1906. 
1 p. (a. doc. 313, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
46; 49B6.) 



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School, Jott Leavenworth— as chief of staff, 
Staff Corps, General. 



BeU, James H. . . ., i 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 14995, to increase pen- 
sion of Bell. Jan. 25, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
5517, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2354. . . 

• Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 14995, to in- 
crease pension of Bell. Jan. 8, .1907 . 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5907, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2354. 

Bell, James M. See, as joint author, Cameron, 
Frank Kenneth. 

Bell, John. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 7150, to increase 
pension of Bell. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7841, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2698. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 7150, to increase pension of 
Bell. Jan. 21, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 5095, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2698. 

Bell, John P. See, as treasurer, Missouri. 

Bell, Josiah JL See Pruitt, Bobert, and others. 

Bell, Samuel. See, as administrator, Aurora, ahlp. 

Bell, Mrs. Theresia. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee -on 
Pensions, favoring H7 20096, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bell. Jan. 28, 1907. lp. (S. rp. 
5295, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2384. 
WbmsE, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 20096, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Bell. Dec. 11, 1906. 1 p. 
<H. rp. 5375, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A») 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2384. 

Bell, William Hemphill. Surgery. (In United 
States naval medical bulletin, Apr. 1907. 
1907. v. 1, no. 1, p. 48-58.) . 

Bell, William W. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 20886, to in- 
crease pension of Bell. Feb. 7, 1907 . 2 p. 
(H. rp. 7549, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2633. 
La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 20886, to increase 
pension of Bell. Feb. 19, 1907. lp. (S. rp. 
6921, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt.-2, p. 2683. •, j 

Bellah, James W. Cotmr of Claims. Findings 
in case of Sarah Jane Bellah, administratrix 
of James W. Bellah. Mar. 2,' 1907. 2 p. (8. 
: doc. 381, 59th Cong. 2d sesa. In x.:S ; (MMS.)I 

Bellamy, Matthew H,, misprint. See Beflomy. 

Belle Fourche irrigation project. See South 
Dakota. . 

Belleville, 111. Geological Survey. 'Tlllnbisi 
Belleville quadrangle, tat. 38° 30 / -38°, 45', 
long. 89° 45/-90 0 . Scale 1 L . 62,500, contour in- 
terval 20 ft. Edition of 'Apr. 190Y. 17.5 X 
ii a l^i8*8..H w-....-;a .it. .. ; .... ■< .... . 
Belleville, W. Va. Geological Strttv#fii West 
rinia-Ohio, Belleville, quadrangljs i iff. 
l^long.M^O^l^.;. |3Efft 
contour interval 20 ft. Edition of Mar. 
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Bellevue, Del. Commerce and Labo* Dftpiimtt- 
mbnt. Estimate of appropriation for estab- 
lishing Bellevue range light station. Jan. 5, 
1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 317, 59th Cong. 1st sees. 
In v. 46; 4986.) 

Bellingham, Wash. 
Alexander, Db A. 8. Report from Committee 
on Judiciary, amending H. 21383, that terms 
of circuit court for western district and of dis- 
trict court for northern division of western 
district of Washington be held at Bellingham. 
Jan. 29, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 0009, 58th Cong. 
2d seas. In v. 1; 6064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 913. 

Needham, J. C. Report from Committee on 
Ways and Means, favoring H. 23114, extending 
to Bellingham, privileges of act approved 
June 10, 1880, governing immediate trans- 
portation of dutiable merchandise without 
appraisement. Jan. 17, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
6415, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 1; 6064.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 864. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Com- 
merce, favoring S. 7501, extending to Belling- 
ham, privileges of act approved June 10. 1880, 
governing immediate transportation of duti- 
able merchandise without appraisement. Jan. 
21, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5175, 59th Cong. 2d 
seas. In v. 1; 6060.) 

Spooner, J. C. Report from Committee on 
Judiciary, amending H. 21383, that terms of 
circuit court for western district and of district 
court for northern division of western district 
of Washington be held at Bellingham. Feb. 
11, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6618, 59th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. 1; 6060.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 913. 

Bellingham Bay. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Bellingham Bay, Wash.; chart 6378. Scale 
1:40,000. Dec. 1906, first published 1893. 
30.6 X 25.3 in. 

Bellomy, Matthew H. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 14980, to in- 
crease pension of Bellomy. Apr. 7, 1906. 2p. 
(H. rp. 2982, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2002. 
Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 14980, to increase pension of 
Bellomy. Apr. 30, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3119, 
59th Cong. lBt seas. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2002. 

Bellona Group. Hydrographic Office. South 
reefs of Bellona Group. Scale naut. m. at 
0.93 in. 7.6 X 15.3 in. (On Hydrographic 
Office. Coral Sea; chart 2002. Feb. 1906.) 

Bel ton a Reefs; Hydrographic Office. Middle 
BeUona Reefs. Scale naut> m. « 0.93 in, 
. 8X15.3 in. (On Hydrographic Office, Coral 
Sea; chart 2002. Fet. 1906.) 

Belmont, Perry.. Publicity of election expendit 
tures, -from North American review, Feb. 
[19051. Dec. 16, 1905. 14 p. (S. doc. 89, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 3; 4911.) 

See also, as president, National Publicity Bill 
Organization. 

Belt, William T. gee, as chief engineer, District 
of Columbia, fixe Department. 



Belxona, Mist. Adamson, W. C. Report from 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce, favoring H. 11026, to authorize coun- 
ties of Holmes and Washington to construct 
bridge across Yaaoo River [at or near Bel zona*}. 
Feb. 19, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 1496, 59th Cong, 
lstsess. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 112. 

Bemidji, Minn. See Mississippi Brrer. 

Benard, Theophfte. Extension of railway sys- 
tems, Spain. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Feb. 1906. no. 305, p. 191-194.) 

Bender, Jacob. 
Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 1067, to increase pension of 
Bender. Jan. 12, 1907. 1 p. JS. rp. 4888, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2288. 
Holuday, E. S. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 1067, to increase 
pension of Bender. Dec. 11, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5388, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2288. 

Benecke, Louis. Fdlkerson, F. B. Report 
from Committee on War Claims, submitting H. 
R. 229, to refer H. 4372, for relief of Benecke, 
to Court of Claims. Feb. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 1025, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 

Benedict, Francis Qano, and Milner, R. D. 
Experiments on metabolism of matter and 
energy in human body, 1903-04. June 15, 
1907. 335 p. 4 il. 3 pi. (Experiment Stations 
Office. Bulletin 175.) 

Benedict, James S. Campbellton [1905]. (In 
Commercial relations, 1905. 1906. p. 239.) 
Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 
43,44.) 

Benedict, John D. See, as superintendent of 
schools for Indian Territory, Indian Inspector 
for Indian Territory. 

Benedict, Robert D. 
Kean, John. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoring S. 2385, for payment of Bene- 
dict for services rendered. June 6, 1906. 10 
p. (S. rp. 4034, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Waldo, G. E. Report from Committee on 
Claims ; favoring H. 1443, for payment of 
Benedict for services rendered. June 4, 1906. 
17 p. (H. rp. 4665, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
H.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2409. 

Benedict, William W. 
Holuday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 984, to increase 
pension of Benedict. Feb. 19, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1428, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. In r. U.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1545. 
McCuMBsa, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Fensions, favoring S. 984, to increase pension 
of Benedict. Feb. 5, 1906. 1 p. YS. rp. 
625, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. AT) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1546. . 

Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. 
Rune, M. C- L. Report from Committee on 
District of Columbia, favoring H. 16730, to 
prevent unauthorized wearing or Use of badges, 
name, titles of officers, insignia, rituaL or cere- 
monies of ordec Apr. 20, 1906. 2 ,p. (H. 
ip. 3392, 69th Cbn$. 1st sess. In v. 2; f»7.) 



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Benevolent Institutions. See purifies. 

Benguel* Bay. Hydboquapkic Offiob. Ben- 
guela Bay, Angola. Scale naut. m.=>1.5 in. 
14.2 X 15.8 in. (On Hydrographic Office. 
Africa; rhart 2316. Feb. 1007.) 

Benguet. Phiuphnb Islands, Bemoubt Prov- 
ince Improvements Office. Report of 
officer in change of construction of Benguet 
road | with reports of subordinate officers}. ( In 
Philippine Commission. 6th report, (Nov. 
1904-Oct.] 1905 [with reports oi departments, 
bureau officers, 1905, etc.J. 1906. pt. 3> 
p. 359-403, 2 il. 4 pi. map.) 

Benguet road. See Beaguet 

Ben ham, Mrs. Emma H. 
Draper, W. H. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 8090, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Benham. Jan. 19, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 320, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1581. 

La Foixette, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 8090, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Benham. Feb. 7, 1906. lp. (3. 
rp. 796, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34,.pt. 2, p. 1531. 

Benham, Joseph R. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 20685, to in- 
crease pension of Benham. Dec. 17, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 5497, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. V. 34, pt. 2, p. 2580. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 20685, to increase pension of 
Benham. Jan. 30, 1907. 2 p. _(S. rp. 5720, 



v. 34, 



59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.f' Stat, 
pt. 2, p. 2580. 

Benin River. Htdrooraphic Offiob. Lagos 
Harbor, Bight of Benin, west coast of Africa, 
[from British surveys] 1903, 1891, scale naut. 
m. =7.36 in. ; with inset, Benin River Entrance, 
surveyed 1881, scale naut. m.=0.99 in.; chart 
2264. May, 1906. 38.8 X 25.4 and 9.9 X 7.1 
in. 

Benjamin, David C. 

Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 7193, to in- 
crease pension of Benjamin. Jan. 7, 1907. 
2 p. (S. rp- 4790, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2447. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7193, to increase 
pension of Benjamin. Jan. 80, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 7045, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p, 2447. 

Benjamin, Marcus. See, as ooqnnussiaaer) ■ As* 
say Commission. 

Benkler, William. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring 8. 790, to increase 



pension of Benkler. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H 
rp. 1997, 69*bCong. fet sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 1688. 

Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 790, to increase pension 
of Benkler. Feb. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 870, 

i. .59th Cong* 1st seas. Iav.B.) Stat, L.t;S4} 
pt. 2, p.1638. 



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Bennec. WiUsm ^/iBwiewtativsifn^.N.wr 

York. See, for reports from Committee on 
Immigration and Naturalization, Diner, Fan- 
nie— Naturalization [81. For views of minor- 
ity of Committee on Immigration and Natu- 
ralization, see Immigration and emigration [4]. 
For report from Committee on Private Land 
Claims , see Louisiana . 
Bennett, Mrs. Ary S. 

Btjrkett, E. J. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 19658, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Bennett. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6916, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2622. 

Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee 

• on Invalid Pensions, amending H. 19658, to 
increase pension of Mrs. Bennett. Feb. 2, 
1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 7154, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. D.) Stat. L. t. $4, pt. 2, p. 2622. 
Bennett, Charles F. See, as administrator, 

Lynch, Nicholas. 
Bennett, Charles Qoodwin. See, as secretary, 

Senate, Accounts — Senate, Property. 
Bennett, Frank, and others. Soil survey of 
Chesterfield County, Va. Mar. 17, 1908. 32 
p. 1 il. map. [Prepared by the U. S. Soils 
Bureau in cooperation with the Virginia Agri- 
cultural Experiment Station.] 

Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field operations, 

1906. 1908 [-09]. p. 195-222, lil. map inatlas.) 

and Winston, R. A. Soil survey of Pontotoc 
County, Miss. June 15, 1907. 26 p. 1 il. map. 

Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field operations, 

1906. 1908 [-09]. p. 405-426, lil.mapinatlas.) 

See also, as joint author, Can, Mauley Earl — 
Lyman, Webb S. — Kooney, Charles N. 

Bennett, Henry S. 

Chaney.J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 4318, to increase 
pension of Bennett. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4740, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2147. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 4318, to increase pen- 
sion of Bennett. May 21, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3655, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2147. 
Bennett, Howard. 

MoCcmber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19725, to increase pen- 
sion of Bennett. Jan. 12, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
4880, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2303. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H 19726, to increase 
pension of Bennett. Dec. 7, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5273, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2303. 
Bennett, Hugh H., and Hurst, L. A. Soil sur- 
vey of Blue Earth County, Mitin. Oct. 9, 1907. 
55 p. 1 il. map. " 

Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field operations, 

1906. 19081-09]. p. 813-863, 1U. map inatlas.) 

and McLendon. W. E. 
. , _— Soil surrey ©t Hanover County, Va. 1006 
[1907]. 37p.lU.map. [Pnepajred by theD.S. 
Soils Bureau in cooperation with the Virginia 
Africtthtoral Experiment Station^ 

Same. (In Soils Bureau/ Field operations, 

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Befinett, Hugh H., and McLertdon, W. t^^ori. 
" — — Soil surrey of Louisa County, Va. 1906. 
: ' '26 p. l'il. map. 

Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field operations. 

1905. 1907. p. 191-212, 1 il. map in atlas.) 
See also, as joint author, Can, Edward P., and 
others. 

Bennett, James J. Prince, G. W. Report 
. ■ ifrom Committee on Military Affairs, advene to 
H. 8170, for relief of Bennett. Mar. 16, 1906. 
lp. (H.rp. 2344, 59th Cong. lstsess. Inv.D.) 
Bennett, John P. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
, Invalid Pensions, amending H. 23974, to in- 
crease pension of Bennett. Feb. 2, 1907. 2.p. 
(H. rp. 7221, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2778. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 23974, to increase pension 
of Bennett. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
7209, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2778. 
Bennett, Joseph B. See Appointment Clerk. 
Bennett, Joseph Bentley, Representative from 
Kentucky. See, for reports from Committee 
on Pensions: 



Atkinson, Samuel W. 

Baldwin, John B. 

B elding, Mrs. Jennie F. 

Brown, William 

Brace, Winfleld S. 

Baffiagton, Jeremiah 

Butler, James 

Campbell, James W. 

Case, Mrs. Anna X. 

Chambers, Mrs. Mar- 
tha E. 

Chambers, Thomas J. 

Cline, Phillpp 

Colegate, William H. 

Copher, BeuDen 

Crabtree, Job B. 

Crouch, David F. 

Davis, Biohard L. 

Dlxson, Alexander 

Edwards, Charles 

Embry, Mrs. Cynthia A. 

Epperson, Mrs. Marga- 
ret 

Eubank, John 

Fisher, Ambrose B. 

Flewellen, James P. 

Freeman, Harmon 

Gardner, Bobert D. 

Guthrie, David B. 

Halbert, Mrs. Mary J, 

Hall, William 

Haynes, Mrs. Margaret 

Helnriohs, John 

Hicks, Edwin , , 

Himes, James; P. 

Howard, Isaac 

Ingram, John 

Ingram, William 

BSelly, Biohard H. 

Lawrence, William 
< McCay, WilBam H. 
- McCracken, . Janes 

MeGmnls, David 

McNabb, Mrs. Cener 
, MpWkortaii, James B- 
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Martin, Jehu 



MUler, Edward 
Miller, Thomas 
Morey, Augustus J. 
Morrison, Felix G. 
Murray, Mrs. Mary 
Kolan, Martin 
Nolen, Mrs. Arrenee 
North, Lafayette 
Nunan, James 
Owens, David D. 
Parker, John H. 
Parsons, Thomas W. 
Pierce, George W. 
Randall, James S. 
Beid, Mrs. Nancy G. 
Bobinson, Stephen 
Boss, David 
Shacklett, Absalom B. 
Sires, Thomas 
Skeens, Jimison F. 
Smith, Gabriel 
Smith, Wesley 
Sorrell, Augustine 
Spangler, Mrs. Mary C. 
Stevens, Thomas J. 
Sutherland, James 
Tarter, Caleb M. 
Tarter, Melroe 
Tayman, Mrs. Sarah 
A. J. 

Thompson, Mrs. Eliz- 
abeth . 
Thompson, . Philip B. 
Todd, Thomas 
.Vaught, Stephen 
Walker, Augustus 
Wall, Asa 
Ward, Bolivar 
Warlord,' James H. 
Wattins, Samuel 
West, Mrs. Lucy Scott 
Williams, Mrs. Allie 
Witt, Mrs. Mary A. 
Wrean, Mrs. Martha 
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Bennett, Lloyd D. ' '" " ; 

Buekett, E. J. Report from <3onnnittee i: oh 
Pensions, favoring H. 8290, to increase pen- 
sion of Bennett. Apr. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2975, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
V. 34,pt.2, p. 1875. . . . ■■; < A\ 

Chasby. J- C. Report from Comhnttee oft In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. '8290, to increase 
pension of Bennett. Apr. 2, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2772, 59th Cong, let sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1875. 

Bennett, Mrs. Mary E. 

. Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring' Ji. 13028, to increase pott 
sion of Mrs. Bennett, . Mar. 19, ■ 1906, ijft 
(8. rp.1830, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v.,C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1749. . ' 

Caldbrhead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, amending H. 13028, to 
increase pension of Mrs. Bennett. Feb. 20, 
1906. 4 p. (H. rp. 1522, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1749. 
Bennett, Morris. 

Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 1986, to increase 
pension of Bennett. Jan. 9, 1906.. 2 p. (H, 
rp. 128 , 59th Cong. 1st sess. Inrv: A.) Stat-. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1435. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 1986, to increase pension 
of Bennett. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 354, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1436. 

Bennett, Mrs. Phebe J. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 625, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Bennett. Feb. 3, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 856, 50th Cong. 1st seas. In v. B:) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1494. 

Geartn, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 625, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Bennett. Jan. 15, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
146, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1494. 

Bennett, Philander. 

• Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 9122, to increase pension 
of Bennett. Feb. 26, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
1300, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1607. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 9122, to increase 
pension of Bennett. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 790, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 16071- 

Bennett, Mrs. Ruth P. 
Alger, R. A. Report from CoHtmrttee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S-.. 2Q80, to pegf 
sion Mrs. Bennett. Feb. 26, 1906. i p.. (8. 
rp. 1264, 59th Cong. 1st sess. Inv.B.) Stat. 
, L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1646., 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring' & 2080, to pehsion 
Mrs. Bennett. Mar. 6, 1906. .2, p., (Ji..rp. 
2032, 59th Cong. 1st sees, In v. D.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1646. 

Bennett, S.J. See,- as commissioner, Assay Com- 
mission. , 

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Bennett, Mrs. Slotha. ■' ' ! ' 1 - 

Hopkins, F: A. Report front Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring: H. 2062, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Bennett, Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1953, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1717. 

McCrj*BEit, P. J. Report fttim Coramittiee'ob 
Pensions, favoring H. 2082, to increase, pea* 
sion of Mrs. Bennett. Mar. 28. 190ft. I.p. 
(S. rp. 2165, 69th Cong-. 1st sees. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1717. 
Bennett, Walter James. Harmonic analysis- of 
diurnal barometric curve at Washington, D. C. 
(In Monthly weather review, Nov. 1906. Feb. 
2, 1907. v. 34, p. 628-530, 1 il.) 
Bennett, William T. 

Aigbr, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 7509, to increase pension of 
Bennett. Jan. 21, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 6139, 
59th Cong. 2d sesB. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2715. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 7509, to increase 
pension of Bennett. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 7885, 59th Cone. 2d sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2715. 
Bennett, William W. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 15769, to increase 
pension of Bennett. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5152, 59th Cone. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. §312. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 15769, to increase pen- 
sion of Bennett. Jan. 12, 1907 . 2 p. (S. rp. 
4838, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2312. 
Bennetts Creek. Enoinker Department. Re- 
port of examination of Bennets [Bennetts] 
River or Creek, N. C. Dec. 13, 1905. 5 p. 
(H. doc. 179, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 46; 
4985.) 

Bennetts Perry, Ark. See Black Biver, Ark. 
Bennington, Albert. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 7870, to increase pen- 
sion of Bennington. Jan. 28, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 5621, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2728. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7870, to increase 
pension of Bennington. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. 
[H. rp. 7942, 69th Cong. 2d Bess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2728. 
Bdnnittgton, U. S. S. See Wound*. 
Ben nam, Henry O. 

Deemkr, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 2971, to increase 
pension of Bennum. Feb. 19, 1907. l_p. 
(H. rp. 7708, 66th Cope. 2d sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. I/. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2674. ' > 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S- 2971, to increase pension of 
Bennum, Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6182, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2674. 
Benson, Andrew 'J t 

BtiRNUAif,' H. B: Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H.' 2760, to Increase pension 
of Benton. Mar. t6, 19W-. 1-p; C9.rp. 2045, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. LX) StaCLi<v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1719. 



Benson, Andrew J.— Continued,' 1 M "'-»■'' 

Hoiiltdat, E. 8. Report from Committee "on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 2766, ft in- 
crease pension of Benson. Mar. 6, 1906. lp. 
(H. rri. 1943, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v; C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1719. 

Benson, Charles E. ' ' 

Draper, W. H. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 17788, to pension Ben- 
son. Apr. 20, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 3386>,>69di 
Cong. 1st sess. In F. ) Stat. L. v. 54, pt. 2, 
p. 2010. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 17788, to pension Benson. 
Mav 14, 1906 . 2 p. (8. rp. 3537, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2010. 

Benson, Charles M. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 1953, to increase 
pension of Benson. Apr. 10, 1906. 2p. (H. 
rp. 3045, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1828. 

McCcmber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 1953, to increase pen- 
sion of Benson. Mar. 26, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
2013, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1828. 

Benson, Harry Coupland. See, as acting super- 
intendent, Tosemite National Park. 

Benson, Johnson. See Walker, T. Alonzo, and 
Todd, A. C, and others. 

Benson, Le Roy. 
Burkett, . E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 20732, to increase pen- 
sion of Benson. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6314, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2628. 
Dickson, F. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 20732, to increase pen- 
sion of Benson. Jan. 24, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
6668, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2628. 

Benson, Thomas J. Sims, T. W. Report from 

Committee on War Claims, submitting H. R. 
705, to refer H. 7817, for relief of heirs of Ben- 
son, to Court of Claims. Jan. 9, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 6089, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
Benson, William Shepherd. See, as inspector, 
Light-House Board, 6th District. 

Bensusan, Antonio J. Cadiz. (In Commercial 
relations, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 667.) 

Bentley, Atys E. See, as director of music, Dis- 
trict of Columbia, Education Board. 

Bentley, Charles B. 
Hemenway, J. A. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoring H. 714, for relief of Bentley. 
Jan. 30, 1907 . 5 p. (8. rp. 5659, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 
2816. 

'Tirreix, C. Q. Report from Committee on 

Claims, amending a. 714, for relief of Bentley. 

June 8, 1906. 5 p. (H. rp. 4895, 69th Cong. 

1st sees. In v. H.) Stat I*. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 

2315. • - 

Bentky, David J. ■ 
Bwbham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
' -Pensions, favoring H. 17648j to pension Bent- 
J toy: I May -14, 190». 2pj (8. rp. 3623, 59th 

Cone. 1st sets.' In v. ¥.)> Stat.iL. T. 34, 

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Bentley, David J.— Continued., .■• 
Samuel, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 17548, to pension 
Bentley. Apr. 20, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 3375, 
. 59th Cone. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2009. 
Bentley, Wilson A. Snow rollers. (In Monthly 
weather review, July, 1906. Oct. 11, 1906. 
v, 34, p. 325,326,2 a.) 
Benton, Theodore M. 
Burnbam, H. £. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 6505, to 
increase pension of Benton. Dec. 18, 1906. 
1 p. (S. rp. 4708, 59th Cone. 2d sess. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2275. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6505, to increase 
'pension of Benton. Jan. 8, 1907. 1 p. (H, 

E. 6047, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.J Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2275. 
Benton County, Ark. Wilder, H. J., and Shaw, 
C. F. Soil survey of Fayetteville area, Ark. 
Oct. 2, 1907. 45 p. 1 il. map. [Prepared by 
the U. S. Soils Bureau in cooperation with the 
Arkansas State Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion.] 

Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field oper- 
ations, 1906. 1908[-09]. p. 587-627, 1 il. map 
in atlas.) 

Benton County, Wash. Volstead, A. J. Re- 
port from Committee on Public Lands, amend- 
ing H. 25513, extending time for making final 
proof in desert-land entries [in county!. Feb. 
20, 1907 . 2 p. (H. rp. 8038, 69th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. 2; 5060.) Stat L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 
1057. 

See also Columbia Biver. 

Benton Water Company. Ccshman, F. W. 
Report from Committee on Interstate and For- 
eign Commerce, amending H. 24928, authoriz- 
ing construction of dam across Snake River [at 
or near Five-mile Rapids] Wash., by company. 
Feb. 1, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 7108, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 1; 8064.) 

Bentonite. Siebenthal, C. E. Bentonite of 
Laramie Basin, Wyo. (In Geological Survey. 
Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 446-447.) 
Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to clays, [calendar year] 1905?) 

Bents, Rudolph. 
Hollidat, E. S. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 18368, to increase 
pension of Ben tz. June 1,1906. 2p. (H.rp. 
4581, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. H.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2244. 
La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 18363, to increase 
pension of Bentz. Dee. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 4624, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 2244. 

Benzin. Internal Revenue Commissioner. 
Specifications for methyl alcohol and benzine, 
Bubmi tted for approval as denaturing materials. 
Oct. 30, 1906. 2 p. 4" (Circular 680.) 

. ; See also Steamboats. 

Beranek, Francis A. 
Hollidat, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, fwvoring 8. 8119, to increase 
pension of Beranek. Apr. 23, 1906. i2j>. 
(H. rp. ,3494, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) 

•; StatA. Y/-34, pt. 2, p. 1924. 



Beranek, Francis A. — Continued* . 
McCumber, P., J. Report from' Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 3119, to increase pen- 
sion of Beranek. Apr. 2, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
2232, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1924. 

Berea Baptist Church. See Stafford County, Ya. 

Berg, Leo. 

Review of cobitoid fishes of basin of Amur. (In 

. National Museum. Proceedings. 1907. v. 
32, p. 435-438, no. 1533.) 

Same, separate. May 23, 1907. 

Review of species of lO-strined sticklebacks, or 
pygosteuB, from east Asia. (In National Mu- 
seum. Proceedings. 1907. v. 32, p. 451-454, 
no. 1536.) 

Same, separate. May 23, 1907. 
Bergen, Oustave. 

Hogg, H. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 16681, to pension Bergen. 
Apr. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 2925, 69th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2008. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring a. 16681, to pension Ber- 
gen. Apr. 28, 1906 . 2 p. (S. rp. 3084, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2008. 
Bergen, John S. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 23426, to increase pen- 
sion of Bergen. Feb. 20, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6970, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2769. 

Sullowat, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 23426, to in- 
crease pension of Bergen. Feb. 2, 1907. 2 p, 
(H. rp. 7218, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2769. 
Berger, E. W. Observations upon migrating, 
feeding, and nesting habits of fall webworm, 
hyphantria cunea Dm. (In Entomology Bu- 
reau. Bulletin 60. Sept. 22, 1906. p. 41-51, 
1 pi.) 

Berger, John J. Samuel, E. W. Report from 
Committee on Pensions, amending H. 2294, 
to pension Berger. Jan. 10, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6122, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 
Bergh, Robert S. & 
Gothenburg [19051. (In Commercial relations, 

1905. 1906. p. 482, 483.) 
Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 
654-656.) 

Sweden, industrial development. (In Monthly 
cons. and trade rp. Jan. 1906. no. 804, p. 198.) 

Sweden, patent protection; Special freight tariff 
for export goods. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 159, 160.) 

Berghahn, William C. 

Bubkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11686, to pension Berg- 
hahn. May 15, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 3601, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. Inv.F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1982. 

Hogg, H. M. Report from. Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 11686; to pension Berg- 
hahn. Apr. 20, 1906. 2 j>. (H. rp. 3369, 
59th Cong. 1st saw. , I*v.F.) 8Ut.t.v. 84, 

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Bergholz, Leo Allen. Canton. (In OommeMtal 

relations, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 209-273.) 
Beriberi. 

Herzoq, Maximilian. Beri-beri in Japanese 
army during late war, kakke coccus of Okata- 
Kokubo. (In Philippine journal of science, 
Feb. 1906. Manila, 1906. v. 1, no. 2, p. 169- 
180, 2 pi.) 

Studies in beriberi. (In Philippine journal 

of science, Sept. 1906. Manila, 1906. v. 1, 
no. 7, p. 709-764, 12 pi.) 

Bering Bay. See Controller Bay. 

Bering River. See Coal. 

Bering Sea. See, for all matters pertaining to seal 
fisheries, Seal and seal fisheries. 

Berkeley County, S. C. Chapman, C. S. Work- 
ing plan for forest lands in county. 1906. 02 
p. 4 pi. map. (Forest Service. 'Bulletin 56.) 
See also Goose Creek. 

Berkeley County, W. V». Court of Claims. 
Findings in case of county court. Dec. 6, 
1905. 2 p. (S. doc. 53, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 2; 4910.) 

Berkey, John M. 
Chaney.J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 1524, to increase 
pension of Berkey. Feb. 3, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 896, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt 2, p. 1501. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 1524, to increase pen- 
sion of Berkey. Jan. 15, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
207, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1504. 

Berkley, Riley J. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 20215, to in- 
crease pension of Berkley. Jan. 7, 1907 . 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5879, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2576. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 20216, to increase pension of 
Berkley. Jan. 31, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5794, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2676. 

Berkley, brig. Court of Claims. Conclusions 
of law and fact in French spoliation cases relat- 
ing to brig, John Clark, master. Dec. 4, 1906. 
2 p. (H. doc. 118, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
47; 8160.) 

Berks County, Pa. Spencer, A. C. Magnetite 
deposits of Cornwall type in Berks and Leba- 
non counties, Pa. (In Geological Survey. 
Bulletin 315. 1907. p. 185-I89V) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to iron and manganese ores, 
[calendar year] 1906.) 
Berlin, Germany. 

Education Bureau. Summer colonies for 
city people [arbor gardens of Berlin, Germany]. 
(In Education Bureau. Report, 1906. 1964. 
v. 2, p. 1257-62.) 

Same, separata. 

Thacka.ua, A. M. Street lighting in Berlin. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade? pp. Dec. 1906. 

no. 315, p. 76, 36.) 
See also Advertising— American Association of 

Commerce and Trade — Telegraph. 

H. Doc. 830. 59-2 9 



Berlin Handetevertragsveretn. Commercial re- 
lations [between Germany- and other coun- 
tries). (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 
1906. no, 307, p. 172-174.) 

Berliner, Solomon. 
Canary Islands. (In Commercial relations, 

1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 675-677.) 
Canary Islands [cost of living]. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 137.) 

Bermuda. 

Greene, W. M. Bermuda. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Aug. 1906. no. 311, p. 26, 27.) 

Bermuda. (In Monthly cons, and trade 

rp. Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 67, 68.) 

Bermuda [1905] . ( In Commercial relations, 

1905. 1906. p. 296-298.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. 

p. 135, 136.) 

Hydrographic Office. Navigation of Gulf of 
Mexico and Caribbean Sea; v. 1, 6th edition. 
West India Islands, including Bermuda Is- 
lands and Bahama Banks; (revised by Harry 
Kimmell]. 1905. 747 p. 14 il. 2 pL 2 maps. 
([Publication] 86.) 

Same, addenda. [1905.] 9 1. 

Post-Office Department. Parcels-post agree- 
ment between United States and Bermuda. 
[Signed Washington, Dec. 13, 1906, Bermuda, 
Jan. 15, 1907, approved Dec. 18, 1906.] [1907.] 
9 p. 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 2983-88.). 

Treasury Department. Parcels-post conven- 
tion with Bermuda. Mar. 1, 1907. 1 p. 4° 
(Dept. circular 16, 1907; Division of Customs.) 

Bermuda grass. Experiment Stations Office. 
Hardy Bermuda grass. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Fanners' bulletin 281. Apr. 10, 1907. p. 
10-12.) [Compiled from Oklahoma station 
bulletin 70.] 

Bernard, Joseph A., misprint. See Barnard. 

Berrien Springs, Mich. See St. Joseph Blver. 

Berrong, Henry N. See Pruitt, Robert, and 
others. 

Berry, Jacob. 
Dbbmer, Ellas. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3097, to increase 
pension of Berry. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7725, 99th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2677. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen-: 
sions, favoring 8. 3907, to increase pension of 
Berry. Feb. 4, 1907. lp. (S. rp. 6062, 59th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2677. 

Berry, James. Review of weather and crop 
conditions, season of 1905. (In Agriculture 
Dept. Yearbook, 1905. 1906. p. 580-602, 
3 if. 3 maps.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Directory for 
farmers, 1905. [1906.]) 

Same, with title, Review of weather conditions 
during crop season of 1906. (In Agriculture 
Dept. Yearbook, 1906. 1907. p. 473-491, 
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Berry, James Henderson, Senator from Ar- 
kansas. See, for reports from Committee on 
Commerce, Back Biver — Clinch River [2] — 
Columbia Biver — Controller Bay— Copper 
Elver — Cumberland River — Mississippi 
Biver [8]— Missouri Biver [8]— Monongahela 
Biver [2]— Ouachita Biver— Snake Biver— 
Tug Fork. For reports from Committee on 
Public Lands, see Gordon, Larvan— Sanders, 
leviB. 
Berry, James T. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 632, to increase 
pension of Berry. Jan. 9, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
125, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1429. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 532, to increase pension 
of Berry. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 385, 
69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1429. 
Berry, John C. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 12557, to increase 
pension of Berry. Dec. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
5339, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 



rp. 5339, 59th Uong. Zd 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2348. 



Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 12557, to increase pen- 
sion of Berry. Jan. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5056, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) [Cor- 
rected 2d print was issued.] Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2348. 
Berry, Mrs. Louisa. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring EL 22894, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Berry. Feb. 20, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6961, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2763. 
Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 22894, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Berry. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
7353, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2763. 
Berry, Mrs. Ruth C. 
Fulton, C. W. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoring H. 8365, for relief of C. A. 
Berry [heir of Mrs. Berry]. Jan. 31, 1907. 
3 p. (S. rp. 5787, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2414. 
Welborn, John. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoring H. 8365, for relief of C. A. 
Berry [heir of Mrs. Berry]. Apr. 16, 1906. 
3 p. (H. rp. 3297, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2414. 
Berry, Thomas, D. Experiments in use of culi- 
cide for mosquito destruction. (In Public 
health reports. 1906. v. 21, pt. 1, p. 83-89.) 
Berry, William. 
Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 9046, to pen- 
sion Berry, Apr. 2, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
2796, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1877. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 9046, to pension Berry. 
Apr. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2933, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1877. 



Berry, William H. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7246, to increase 
pension of Berry. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
" ' ~ In v. D.) Stat. 



rp. 7047, 59th Cong. 2d I 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2447. 



Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 7246, to in- 
crease pension of Berry. Jan. 7, 1907. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 4793, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2447. 

Berry, Wilton Q. Coloring matters for foodstuffs 
and methods for their detection, preliminary 
report made to Association of Official Agricul- 
tural Chemists. Aug. 22, 1905. 40 p. 1 il. 
(Chemistry Bureau. Circular 25.) 

Berryman, O. H. Court of Claims. Findings 
in case of Otway C. and William M . Berryman, 
Alice B. Bromwell, [and] Columbia N. Payne, 
children of O. H. Berryman. Dec. 5, 1906. 
2 p. (S. doc. 62, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 
6069.) 

Bertran, Juan. Porto Rico. Ordinance en- 
acted by Executive Council [Dec. 20, 1906], 
relating to telephones in island [granting to 
Bertran right to construct lines]. Jan. 23, 
1907. 6 p. (S. doc. 241, 69th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 5; 6072.) 

Bert rand, Marcel, and Ztlrcher, Philippe. Geo- 
logical study of Isthmus of Panama; transla- 
■ tion by John C. Oakes. (In Panama Canal, 
Board of Consulting Engineers for. Report, 
with appendixes. 1906. p. 149-163.) 

Bessemer, Ala. Geological Survey. Alabama, 
Bessemer special quadrangle, lat. 33° 15'- 
33° SC, long. 86° 46'-87*. Scale 1: 62,500, 
contour interval 20 ft. Edition of Apr. 1907. 
17.5 X 14.7 in. 

Bethea, Solomon H. See, as judge, Courts of 
United States, Illinois. 

Bethel, Chester. Haskins, Kittbedge. Report 
from Committee on War Claims, submitting 
BE. R. 770, to refer H. 4930, for relief of Bethel, 
to Court of Claims. Jan. 17, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6417, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) 

Bethel, Mrs. Nancy. 
Loudbnslager, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 7220, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bethel. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7398, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2447. 

Shoot, Reed. _ Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 7220, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Bethel. Jan. 28, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6558, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2447. 

Bethel, William A. See, as administrator, Har- 
rison, Martha, and Lister, 0. P. 

Bethesda Baptist Church. See Bamberg 
County. 

Bethlehem Steel Company. Armor Plate and 
Armor Plant, Board on Cost or. Report. 
Dec. 6, 1906. 48 p. 5 pi. (H. doc. 193, 59th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. 48; 6161.) 



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Beth u rum, David. 
Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 6237, to increase 



pension of Bethurum. Jan. 28, 1907. 2 



?H. rp. 6820, 69th Cong. 2d sees. In v. (?) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2600. 
8oott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 6237, to increase pension of 
Bethurum. Feb. 18, 1907. lp. (S.rp.6742, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2600. 
Betsey, brig, Burnham, master. Coubt of Claims. 
Conclusions of law and fact in French spolia- 
tion cases relating to brig, Zebulon P. Burn- 
ham, master. Dec. 4, 1906. 4 p. (H. doc. 
109, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 47; «1J0.) 
Betsey, brig, Griffin, master. Coubt or Claims. 
Conclusions of law and fact in French spolia- 
tion cases relating to brig, Gustavus Griffin, 
master. Dec. 4, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 100, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 47; «1«0.) 
Betsey, schooner, Cazneau, master. Coubt or 
Claims. Conclusions of law and fact in French 
spoliation cases relating to schooner, William 
L. Cazneau, master. Dec. 4, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
doc. 123, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 47; 5160.) 

Betsey, schooner, Patterson and Murray, masters. 
Coubt or Claims. Conclusions of law and 
fact in French spoliation cases relating to 
schooner, Samuel Patterson and John Murray, 
masters. Dec. 4, 1906 . 2 p. (H. doc. 117, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 47; «1«0.) 

Betsey, schooner, Patterson, master. Coubt or 
Claims. Conclusions of law and fact in French 
spoliation cases relating to schooner, Samuel 
Patterson, master. Dec. 3, 1896 [1906]. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 50, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 47; 
<1S0.) 

Betsey, schooner, Sturgis, master. Coubt or 
Claims. Conclusions of law and fact in French 
spoliation cases relating to schooner, William 
Sturgis, master. Dec. 4, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 
91, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 47; 5180.) 

Bettis, William T. Coubt or Claims. Find- 
ings in case of £. D. Whittington, adminis- 
trator of Bettis. Feb. 4, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 
677, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 53; 6166.) 

Betts, Mrs. Ann. 
Algbr, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 7878, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Betts. Jan. 29, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 501, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1476. 
Patterson, G. R. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 7878, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Betts. Jan. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. 

E. 175, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1476. 
Betts, Mrs. Sarah. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 21960, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Betts. Jan. 7, 1907. lp. (H. 

S. 5801, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2524. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 21960, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Betts. Feb. 1, 1907. 1 p, (ft. 
rp. 5934, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2524. 



Betz, Peter. 

Dbemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1624, to increase 
pension of Betz. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
2021, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1644. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 1624, to increase pension of 
Betz. Feb. 12, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 866, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1644. 
Beulen, James H. 

La Follbtte, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 3230, to increase pension 
of Beulen. Feb. 20, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 1129, 
69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1570. 

Weisse, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 3230, to increase 
pension of Beulen. Jan. 29, 1906. 2 p. (H. 

E. 679, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1570. 
Beutelspacher, Qustave. Moncton [1905]. (In 
Commercial relations, 1905. 1906. p. 239, 
240.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 
44,45.) 
Bevan, Mrs. Lydia B. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 13282, to pension Mrs. Bevan. 
Mar. 5, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 1476, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
1711. 

Lonqworth, Nicholas. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending H. 13282, to pension 
Mrs. Bevan. Feb. 8, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1093, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1711. 
Beverages. See Adulterations — Coffee — Liq- 
uors — Mate. 

Beveridge, Albert Jeremiah, Senator from In- 
diana. Acts and proposed acts [H. 12987 and 
amendments], together with so-called Elkins 
interstate-commerce law, regarding regulation 
of railroad rates. Apr. 2, 1906. 54 p. (S. 
doc. 292, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 6; 4914.) 
See also, for reports from Committee on Territo- 
ries, Alaska, Education Cordell, Okla. — 
Gambling — New Mexloo — Nome, Alaska — Ok- 
lahoma [2] — Phoenix, Ariz.— Taos County, N. 
Xez.— Valdez, Marshall Pass and Northern 
Railroad. For conference report, see Okla- 
homa. 

See also, for paper presented, Alaska, Railroads. 

Beverly, Maes. Engineer Depabtmbnt. Re- 
ports of examination and survey of harbor. 
June 28, 1906. 9 p. map. (H. doc. 916, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 

Bevier, Isabel. Home economics in college 
course. (In Experiment Stations Office. Bul- 
letin 184. Apr. 18, 1907. p. 91-95.) 

Bewley, J. Murphy. See McDonald, John M., 
and others. 

Beyer, Henry Qustav. Extracts from report on 
meeting of International Congress on Tuber- 
culosis, Paris, France, Oct. 1905. (In Medi- 
cine and Surgery Bureau. Report, 1906. 
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Beyer, Hillary. 
Fuuxa, C E. Report fwm Committee on In- 
valid Penaione, favoring S. 5547, to increase 
pension of Beyer. Dec. 7, 1B06. 1 p. (H. 

E. 5319, 58th Cong. 2d seas. In v. A.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2228. 
McCumbeb, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 5547, to increase pen- 
sion of Beyer. June 7, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 
4219, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2228. 
Beymer, Qeorge N. 
Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10301, to increase pen- 
sion of Beymer. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6767, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2605. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 10301, to increase 
pension of Beymer. Feb. 2, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7161, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. IX) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2605. 
Biays, James. See Fanny, brig. 
Bibb, Benjamin F. 
Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 2114, to increase pension 
of Bibb. Feb. 19, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1034, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1566. 
Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 2114, to increase pension of 
Bibb. Feb. 1, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 697, 59th 
Cong. 1st seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1566. 

Bibb, Sarah. See, as heir, Hord, Thomas. 
Bibliography. See subject. 
Bibliography Division. 
Anglo-Saxons. Select list of references on An- 
glo-Saxon interests. 2d issue with additions. 
1906. 22 p. large 8° 

Canada. Select list of books, with references to 
periodicals, on reciprocity with Canada. 1907. 
14 p. large 8° 

Chartularies. List of cartularies, principally 
French, recently added -to Library of Congress, 
with some earlier accessions. 1905. 30 p. 
large 8° 

Child labor. List of books, with references to 
periodicals, relating to child labor. 1906. 
66 p. huge 8° 

Employers' liability. Select list of works relating 
to employers liability. 1906. 25 p. large 8° 

Government ownership. Select list of books on 
municipal affairs, with special reference to 
municipal ownership; with appendix, Select 
list of State documents. 1906. 34 p. large 8° 

Immigration and emigration. List of books, with 
references to periodicals, on immigration. 2d 
issue with additions. 1905. 99 p. large 8° 

Same. 3d issue with additions. 1907. 

157 p. large 8* 

Insurance. List of works relating to Govern- 
ment regulation of insurance, United States 
and foreign countries. 1906. 46 p. large 8° 

Ir*n amd steel. Select list of books, with ref- 
erences to periodicals, relating to iron and 
steel in commerce. 1907. 25 p. large 8" 



Bibliography Division— Continued. 
Kail matter. List of works relating to 2d -class 
mail matter; [by] Appletoa Pretties Clark 
Griffin. (In Postal Commission, 1906-07. 
Report of commission [etc.]. 1907. p. 1843-] 
862.) 

Same. (In Postal Commission, 1906-07. 

Hearings before commission.) 

Negroes. List of discussions of 14th and 15th 
amendments, with special reference to negro 
suffrage. 1906. 18 p. large 8° 

Select list of references on negro question. 

2d issue with additions. 1906. Si p. huge 8° 

Philippine Islands. List of works relating to 
American occupation of Philippine Islands, 
1898-1903; from List of books, with references 
to periodicals, on Philippine Islands, 1903, 
with additions to 1905. 1905. 100 p. large 8° 

Railroads. Select list of books on railroads in 
foreign countries, Government regulation. 

1905. 72 p. large 8° 

Revolution, 1775-88. List of works relating to 
French alliance in American Revolution; by 
Appleton Prentiss Clark Griffin. 1907 . 40 p. 
large 8° 

Senate. List of books, articles, etc., treating of 
Senate. Apr. 4, 1906. 11 p. (S. doc. 303, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 6; 4914.) 

Shipping. List of books t with references to 
periodicals, on mercantile marine subsidies. 
3d edition with additions. 1906. 140 p. 
large 8° 

Tariff. List of works on tariffs of foreign coun- 
tries. 1906. 42 p. large 8° 

Select list of references on British tariff 

movement, Chamberlain's plan. 2d issue with 
additions. 1906. 60 p. large 8° 

Taxation. Select list of works relating to taxa- 
tion of inheritances and incomes (eto.l, United 
States and some foreign countries. 1907 . 86 
p. large 8° 

Bickart, Leopold. See, as surviving partner, 
Schwartz, Christian, * Biekact, Leopold. 

Bickford, Mrs. Sarah JYI. 
Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 20960, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Bickford. Jan. 30, lfl07. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 5698, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2636. 
Suixoway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 20960, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Bickford. Dec. 19, 

1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 6562, 69th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2636. 

Bickford, Sylvester. 
Burkbtt, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 21115, to increase pen- 
sion of Bickford. Feb. 1, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6330, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2642. 
Keuher, J. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 21115, to increase 
pension of Bickford. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6305, 59th Cong. 2d sen. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2642. 

Bicycles. 

Bur rill, H. R. Bicycles; Butter and fruits [in 
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Bicycles— Continued . 
Buhrill, H. R. Same. (In Matiofacturee 

Bureau. Trade with China. 1906.) 
Census Boreatj. Census of manufacture*, 

1906, automobiles and bicycles and tricycles. 

1907. 37 p. 4° (Bulletin 66.) 
Merriam, R. fl. Rtoycln aad tricyolc*. 
Oiler, G. E. Automobiles. 

Biddle, John. 
Debmer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 3419, to in- 
crease pension of Biddle. Mar. 24, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 2510, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1866. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 3419, to increase pension of 
Biddle. Apr. 2$, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2878, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1866. 

Biddle, John. See, as commissioner, District of 
Columbia, Commissioners — as engineer com- 
missioner, District of Columbia, Engineer De- 
partment—as chairman, District of Columbia 
Schoolhonse Commission. 

Bleber, Sidney. Burkett, E. J. Report from 
Committee on District of Columbia, adverse to 
S. 5610, relative to conveyance of land in Dis- 
trict [to Bieber]. Jan. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5022, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 1 ; (060.) 

Bieber, William. Smith, S. W. Report from 
Committee on Invalid Pensions, amending 
H. 9867, to pension Bieber. Apr. 18, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 3336, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
FO 

Biederman, Frank J. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 17712, to in- 
crease pension of Biederman. Dec. 19, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 5609 , 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
A!) Stat. L. v. 34. pt. 2, p. 2493. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 17712, to increase pension of 



Biederman. Jan. 30, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 

In v. B.) Stat. L. 

v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2493. 



5687, 59th Cong. 2d i 



Biequi Island. See Vieques Man*. 
Blerer, John. 

Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 8550, to increase 
pension of Bierer. Jan. 8, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 38, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1444. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 8550, to increase pension of 
Bierer. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 314, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1444. 
Bierley, Frederick. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring Bi. 12948, to increase pen- 
sion of Bierley. Feb. 28, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
1408, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. Z, p. 1710. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 12948, to increase 
pension of Bierley. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 768, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) fi«at. 
I. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1710. 



Biertempfel, L. 

Ftjltos, C. W. Report from Committee on 
Chtims, favoring H. 12840, for relief of Bier- 
tempfel. Feb. 1, 1907. 4 p. (S. rp. 6925, 
88th G»g. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 

pt. 2, p. 2747. 
linen, J. M. Report from. Committee on 
Claims, favoring H. 12840, for relief of Bier- 
tempfel. Mar. 1, 1906. 4 p. (H. rp. 1820, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2747. 

Biese, Charles W, Slayden, J. L. Report from 
Committed on Military Affairs, adverse to H. 
2130. for relief (if Biese. Apr. 2b, 190G. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 3411, 59th Cong. 1st sesa. In v. F.) 

Bietrv, Mrs. Pauline. 
Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring II. 18339, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Bietry. May 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
3953, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G. ) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2099. 
Patterson, T. H. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring II. 18399, t'l incrpftM' pen- 
tfortofMra. Bietry. May 28, 190S. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 3818, 5Ut.li Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2099. 

Biffar, Francis A. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 25106, to in- 
crease pension of Biffar. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 7473, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2802. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 25106, to increase pen- 
sion of Biffar. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
7073, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2802. 

Big Barren River. See Barren Riser. 

Big Bay. Hydrooraphic Oppice. Big Bay. 
Scale naut. m.«=3 m. 6.6 X 5.7 in. (On 
Hydrographic Office. Africa; chart 2320. 
Aug. 1906.) 

Big Belt forest reserve. President op United 
States. Big Belt forest reserve, Mont., 
proclamation. [Oct. 3, 1905.] 7 p; f 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3151-57.) 

Same, 2d proclamation. [Mar. 1, 1907.] 

[2] p. map, f 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3283.) 

Big Bethel African Methodist Episcopal 

Church. See Atlanta, Oa. 
Big Burros forest reserve. See Big >mrros na- 
tional forest. 

Big Burros national forest. President op 

United States. Big Burros forest reserve, 
N. Mex., proclamation. Feb. 6, 1907. 1 p. 
map, P 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3274, 

map.) 

Same, with title, Big Burros national forest, 

N. Mex., 2d proclamation, JApr. 6, 1907.] 
[2] p. map, f° 

Big .Fork River. Engineer Department. . Re- 
port of examination of Big and Little Fork 
rivers. Dec. 10, 1906. 10 p.. (H. doc. 215, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 49; *1<8.) 



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Big Hole forest reserve. 
President of United States. Big Hole forest 
reserve, Moat, and Idaho, 2d proclamation. 
(Mar. 1, 1907.] [2] p. map, P 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3281, 

map.) 

Big Hole forest reserve, Mont, proclama- 
tion. Nov. 6, 1906. 1 p. map, f° 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3254, 

map.) 

Big Horn Mountains. See Bighorn Kountains. 

Big Sandy River. 
Engineer Department. Report of examina- 
tion of river [from its mouth to Big Sandy] 
Tenn. Dec. 11, 1905. 7 p. (H. doc. 153, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 45; 4980.) 
Ruffner, E. H. Annual report upon improve- 
ment of Muskingum River, of Big Sandy 
River and its forks, and of Kentucky River, 
1905. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 1905. 

1905. pt. 1, p. 486-493; pt. 2, p. 1889-1927.) 
Same, separate. 

Same, 1908. See, below, Warren, J. O. 

Warren, J. G. Annual report upon improve- 
ment of Muskingum River, of Big Sandy River 
and its forks, and of Kentucky River, 1906. 
(In Engineer Dept Report, 1906. 1906. 
pt. 1, p. 536-543; pt. 2, p. 1633-84.) 

Same, separate. 

See also Tog Fork. 

Big Stone Oap, Va. 
Nelson, Knute. Report from Committee on 
Judiciary, favoring H. 11029, to authorize [ad- 
ditional] term of district and circuit courts for 
western district of Virginia in Big Stone Gap. 
Apr. 24, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2802, 59th Cong. 
1st seas. In v. 2; 4*06.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 546. 

Tirrell, C. Q. Report from Committee on Ju- 
diciary, favoring H. 11029, to authorize [ad- 
ditional] term of district and circuit courts for 
western district of Virginia in Big Stone Gap. 
Mar. 7, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 2166, 69th Cong. 
1st seas. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 546. 
Big Sunflower River. 

Engineer Department. Report of examina- 
tion of Big Sunflower River, Miss, [from mouth 
to Clarksdale]. Mar. 29, 1906. 8 p. (H. 
doc. 667, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 49; 4989.) 

Hoffman, G. M. Improvement of Yazoo, Talla- 
hatchie, Cold water, and Big Sunflower rivers, 
and Tchula Lake, Miss. [1905]. (In Engineer 
Dept. Report, 1906. 1905. pt. 2, p. 1554- 
61.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of rivers and waterways in Loui- 
siana, Texas, Arkansas, Indian Territory, and 
Mississippi tributary to Mississippi River, 

1906. ) 

Same [1906], (In Engineer Dept. Report, 

1906. 1906. pt. 1, p. 1376-81.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of Red River below Fulton, Ark., 
and of rivers and waterways in Louisiana, Ar- 
kansas, and Mississippi tributary to Mississippi 
River, 1*06.) 
Big trees. See Calaveras blgtree national forest— 
Mariposa Big Tree drove. 



Big Tupper Lake. See Tapper Lake. 
Big Wind River. See Wind Blver. 
Bigalow, Nelson. 

Chanby, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 6819, to increase 
pension of Bigalow. Jan. 8, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6028, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2283. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 6819, to increase pension 
of Bigalow. Dec. 10, 1906. 2 p. 78. rp. 
4437, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2283. 
Bigelow, Benjamin Franklin. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 2328, to increase pension 
of Bigelow. Feb. 5, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 627, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1552. 

SiraxowAY, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 2328, to increase 
pension of Bigelow. Feb. 19, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1443, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1662. 
Bigelow, Frank Hagar. 

Meteorological work of U. 8. naval eclipse expe- 
dition to Spain and Algeria, Aug. 30, 1905. 
(In Monthly weather review, July, 1905. Oct. 
14,1906. v. 33, p. 295, 296.) 

Proposed observations in meteorology to be un- 
dertaken during expedition to observe total 
eclipse of the sun in Spain and Tunis, Aug. 30, 

1905. (In Monthly weather review, May,1905. 
July 31, 1905. v. 33, p. 195, 1 il.) 

Studies on diurnal periods in lower strata of 
atmosphere. 1905 [1906]. iii + 51 p. il. 4° 
(Weatber Bureau.) [From Monthly weather 
review, Feb.-May, July and Aug. 1905.] 

Studies on thermodynamics of atmosphere. (In 
Monthly weather review, Jan.-Dec. 1906. 
Apr. 7, 1906-Mar. 1, 1907. v. 34, passim, il. 
II pi. 14 p. of pi.) 

Same, separate. 1907. (Weather Bureau. [Pub- 
lication] 372.) 

Bigelow, Poultney. War Department. Isth- 
mian canal [letter concerning charges against 
Isthmian Canal Commission in article in inde- 
pendent, Our mismanagement at Panama, by 
Bigelow]. Jan. 11, 1906. 91 p. (S. doc. 127, 
pt. 2, 59th Cong. 1st sess. in v. 11; 4919.) 
[Bigelow 's article is appended.] 

Bigelow, Willard Dell. 

Food legislation and inspection [1906]. (In 
Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1905. 1906. 
p. 645-648.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Directory for 
farmers, 1905. [1906.]) 

Food legislation during year ended June 30, 

1906. Dec. 29, 1906. 63 p. (Chemistry Bu- 
reau. Bulletin 104.) 

Foods and food control, revised to July 1, 1906: 
1-9. 1905-06. [xll + 778 p. il. (Chemistry 
Bureau. Bulletin 69 revised, pts. 1-9.) [For 
contents, see Adulterations.] 

Report on food adulteration [19051. (In Chem- 
istry Bureau. Bulletin 99. 1906. p. 39, 40.) 

(In Chemistry 
p. 85-89.) 



Report on preservatives [1905 
Bureau. Bulletin 99. 1P J 



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Blgelow, Willard Dell— Continued. 
Report on separation of meat proteid* [1005]. 
(In Chemistry Bureau. BnUettn 99. 1906. p. 
172-182.) 

and Qore, H. C Studies on peaches: Com- 
piled analyses of peaches, Changes in chemical 
composition of peach during growth and ripen- 
ing, Effect of storage on composition of peaches. 

1905. 32 p. (Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 97.) 
and Howard, B. J. Some forms of food adul- 
teration and simple methods for their detec- 
tion. 1906. 59 p. (Chemistry Bureau. Bul- 
letin 100.) 

with Qore, H. C, and Howard, B.J. 8tndies 
on apples [with bibliography]: 1, Storage, respi- 
ration, and growth; 2, Insoluble carbohydrates 
or marc; 3, Microscopic and macroscopic exam- 
inations of apple starch. 1905. 100 p. 30 il. 
5 pi. (Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 94.) 

See also, as editor, Association of Official Agri- 
cultural Chemists — aa joint author, Wiley, 
Harvey Washington, and others. 

Bigger, Samuel P. 

Chan by, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 1205, to increase 
pension of Bigger. Feb. 20, 1906. 2 p. (H. 

E. 1505, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1668. 
McC umber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 1206, to increase pension 
of Bigger. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1557, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1668. 
Bighead of horse. See Osteoporosis. 
Bighorn County, Wyo. 
Fisher, C. A. Geology and water resources of 
Bighorn basin, Wyo. 1906 [1907]. vi + 72 + 
iv p. 1 il. 13 pi. 3 maps, 1 in pocket, 4° 
(Geological Survey. Professional piper 53.) 

Same. (H. doc. 920, 59th Cong. 1st sees. 

In v. 71; SOU.) 

Mineral resources of Bighorn basin. (In 

Geological Survey. Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 
311-315.) 

— Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to coal and lignite, [calendar 
year] 1904.) 
Bighorn Mountains. 

Barton, N. H. Geology of Bighorn Mountains. 

1906. 129 + vi p. 14 il. 43 pi. 1 in pocket, 4 
maps, 2 in pocket, 4° (Geological Survey. 
Professional paper 51.) 

Same. (H. doc. 493, 59th Cong. 1st sees. 

In v. 71; C011.) 

Mineral resources of Bighorn Mountain re- 
gion. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 285. 
1906. p. 303-810.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investi- 
gations relating to coal and lignite, [calendar 
year] 1905.) 

Blgler, Mrs. Eleanor P. 
Lousenslager, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoringS. 7912, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bigler. Feb. 19, 1907. lp. (H. 
rp. 7663, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. $.) Stat 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2730. 

Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 7912, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Bigler. Feb. 4, 1907. lp. <S.rp.6049, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2730. 



Bigley, Joseph W. See Hannah, B., and others- 

Bijou ga Islands. Hydeogeaphic Office. West 
coast of Africa, Jeba River to Cape Verga, in- 
cluding Brjouga or Bissagos Islands, from 
latest information; chart 2342. Scale naut. 
m. = 0.25 in. Dec 1906. 30 X 42.8 in. 

Bilibid Prison. See Philippine Islands, Prisons 
Bureau. 

Billing, Edwin. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 12156, to in- 
crease pension of Billing. Jan. 29, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 596, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1625. 
Gkabin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 12156, to increase pension of 
BQling. Feb. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1325, 
59th Cone. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1625. 

Billings, John Shaw. Discussion of vital sta- 
tistics of 12th census. (In Census Bureau. 
Special reports: Supplementary analysis and 
derivative tables, 12th census, 1900. 1906. 
p. 493-510.) 

Billings, Levi J. 
Owen, Theobold. Report from Committee on 
War Claims, favoring S. 661, for relief of Billings. 
May 11, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 4094, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. G.) 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Military Affairs, favoring S. 661, for relief of 
Billings. Feb. 8, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 817, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 

Billings, Mrs. Martha A. 
Aiken, Wyatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 19174, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Billings. June 6, 1906. lp. (H. 
rp. 4841, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2246. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19174, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bluings. Dec. 10, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 4601, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2246. 

BilHngs, Myron E. 
Caldbrbead, W. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1041, to increase 
pension of Billings. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 880, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1500. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 8913, to in- 
crease pension of Billings. Jan. 29, 1906. 2p. 
(H. rp. 645, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Gbarin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 1041, to in- 
crease pension of Billings. Jan. 22, 1906. 2 p. 
(8. rp. 328, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1500. 

Billings, Mont. 
Carter, T. H. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, amending by substitute S. 540, 
to establish additional land district in Mon- 
tana [with office at Billings]. Jan. 11, 1906. 
1 p. (S. rp. 115, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
1; 4804.) 

Dixon, J. M. Report from Committee on Pub- 
lic Lands, amending H. 8994, for [additional] 
land district in Montana to be known as Bill- 
ings land district [with office at Billings]. 
Jan. 17, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 245, 59th Cong. 
1st seas. Inv. 1; 4906.) Stat. L v. 34, pt. 1, 
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Billings, Mont . — Continued . 
President or Unwed Statib. Executive 

order [authorizing change in boundary lines of 

Billings land district in Montana}. Mar. 28, 

1906. lp. f<> 
Billingsley, A. B. See McDonald, John K., and 

others. 

Billingsley, James D. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee -on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 11745, to increase 
pension of Billingsley. Feb. 6, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 971, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1706. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11745, to increase pen- 
sion of Billingsley. Mar. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 1596, 59th Cong. 1st seBs. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1706. 

Billiton Island. See Mammals. 

Bills. 



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joint, are not catalogued directly, except In the rare cases 
where a special edition is printed (or general distribution. 
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embody the exact title of the bill, and serve as complete 
substitutes (or cataloguing the bllla Urecjsdvsa. The 
following directions refer to these report entries as equiva- 
lent to bill entries. Considering bills and resolutions In 
4 classes, class 1 are the large number which are presented 
to Congress, but on which no committee report la made, 
and which do not become law. Class 2 are the very tew 
on which no committee reports, but which become law 
notwithstanding. Class3are thoseon which a committee 
reports but which fail to pass. Class 4 are thoseon which 
a committee reports and which become law thereafter. 
For class 1 consult the index of the Congressional record. 
Classes 2, 3, and 4 can be found under the subject o( the 
bill, and classes 3 and 4, by reference, under the com- 
mittee and the Senator or Representative making The 
report. Classes 2 and 4 have appended to the entries the 
pages In the Statutes at large, where the text of the bill 
passed Into law can be found. 

Congress. History of bills and joint resolu- 
tions [59th Congress, 1st session]. 779 p. (In 
Congressional record, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
index. 1906.) 

— — Sante (2d session], 298 p. (In same, 2d 
sess. index. 1907.) 

House of Representatives. History 
[House] bills and [joint, concurrent, and i 
pie] resolutions |59th Congress, 1st session, in- 
cluding bills and joint and concurrent resolu- 
tions of Senate received by House]. 624 p. 
4° (In House Journal, 69th Cong. 1st sess.; 
4903.) 

Same (2d session]. 230 p. 4° (In same, 

2d sess.; 6069.) 

Platt, T. C. Report from Committee on Print- 
ing, under S. R. 176 ; directing Committee on 
Printing to inquire into reasons for delay in 
Government Printing Office in sending to 
Senate, especially in last days of session, 

' printed copies of bills, etc., pending and 
awaiting action on part of Congress; with 
hearings. Dec. 5, 1906. 123 p. <S- rpi 
4430, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 

Printing Committee, Senate. Inquiry into 
causes of delay fin Government Printing Of- 
fice] in completing work of 1st session of 59th 
' Congress; report of Albert H. Howe [with 
hearings, July 7-13, 1906]. 1906. 128 p. 

Senate. [History ofl bills (and joint resolu- 
tions] of Senate [59th Congress, 1st session, in- 
cluding those of House received by Senate]. 
(In Senate Journal, p. 717-1056, 59th Cong. 
1st sess.; 490&.) 



(In same, p. 447- 



Bills— Continued. 

Senate. Same, 2d session. 
660, 2d sees.; MM.) 

History of Senate bills and joint resolu- 
tions, 69th Congress, arranged under names of 
Senators introducing them. 1807. 833 p. 4° 

Bills of exchange. See negotiable paper. 

Bills of lading. See Skippiag. 

Bttoxi, Miss. 
MoLauktn, A. J. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, favoring H. 10162, granting 
lands to Biloxi for park and cemetery pur- 
poses, Apr. 19, 30W. 2 p. (S. rp, 2729, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 2; 4906.) Stat L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 149. 

Robinson, J. T. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, amending H. 10152, granting 
lands to Biloxi for park and cemetery pur- 
poses. Feb. 23, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 1682, 
59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. 1; 4B06.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 149. 

Binding, Public. See Government Printing 
Office — Philippine Islands, Printing Bureau- 
Public printing. 

Bindley, R. O. Severe hailstorm in Gulf of 
Mexico. (In Monthly weather review, May, 
1906. Aug. 22, 1906. v. 34, p. 226.) 

Bingham, Mrs. Anna C. 
Files, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 5702, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Bingham. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
. 2794, 59th Cong, 1st sess. Jn v. E,.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1957. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 5702, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Bingham. May 4, 1906. 2_p. 
(H. rp. 8786, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1957. 

Bingham, Edward B. Court cp Claims. Find- 
ings in case of Hannah M. Coon, widow of 
BiBgham. Apr. 19, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 344, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 7; 4916.) 

Bingham, Henry . Harrison, Representative 
from Pennsylvania. See, for report from 
Committee on Appropriations, Appropriations. 

Bingham, John A. Hophins, A. J.' Report 
from Committee on Post-0 races and Post- 
Roads, favoring S. 7143, to credit Bingham on 
account of stamps lost by burglary. Jan. 31, 
5832, SMS Cong. " * 



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(S. rp. 



2d i 



1907. 1 p. 
In v. C.) 

Bingham, Lorin R. 
MoComber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 2108, to increase pension 
of Bingham. Feb. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1262, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.> Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1647. 

Wei8se, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S.. 2103, to incMcwe 
pension of Bingham. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2035, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v, Di) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1647. 

BSnghamton, N. Y. Donaldson, W. E. Tor- 
nado of June 5, 1905, at Binghamton. (In 
Monthly weather review, June, 1905. Aug. 
26, 1905. v. 83, p. 239, 240, 2 il.) 

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Binkley, William Q. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10581, to increase pen- 
sion of Binkley. Jan. 12, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
4846, 5»th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2298. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 10531, to in- 
crease pension of Binkley. Dec. 11, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 5379, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2298. 

Binnacles. See Compass. 

Blnns, Mary E. See McDonald, John X., and 
others. 

Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole. Contribu- 
tioua; Physiological effects upon fishes of 
changes in detir-i I y and salinity of water [with 
bibliography], bv Francis B. Sumner. May 
22, 1906. p. 53-108, 2 il. large 8° 

Same. (In Fisheries Bureau. Bulletin, 1905. 
1906. v. 25, p. 63-108, 2 il.) 
Biological Survey Bureau. 

Birds that eat scale insects; by W. L. McAtee. 
(In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1906. 1907. 
p. 189-198, 3 il.) 

Same, separate. 1907. ii + 189-198 p. 3 il. 

Bulletin 21-27. 

21. Judd, S. D. Bobwhlte and other quails of United 

States In their economic relations. 1803. 06 p. 1011. 
2 pi. 

22. Bailey, Vernon. Birds known to eat boll weevil. 

1905. 16 p. 

23. McAtee, W. L. 



Homed larks and thefr relation to 
05. 37 p. IS il. 3 pi. 

24. Judil, S. D. Grouse and wild turkeys of United 

States and their economic value. 1906. 55 p. 2 pi. 

25. Howell, A. H. Birds that eat cotton boll weevil, re- 



port of progress. 1906. 22 p. 
28. Cooke, W. W. Distribution and migration of North 

American ducks, geese, and swans. 1906. 90 p. 
27. OberhaUer, H. C. North American eagles and their 

economic relations. 1906. 31 p. 2 il. 2 pi. 

Cage-bird traffic of United States; by Henry 
Oldys. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 
1906. 1907. p. 165-180, 2 pi.) 

Same, separate. 1907. iii + 165-180 p. 2 pi. 

Circular 49-60. 

49. Merrlam, C. H. Directions tor preparing specimens 

of large mammals In the Held. {1906.1 4 p. 6 II. 

50. Directory of officials and organizations concerned with 

protection of birds and game, 1905. Aug. 28, 1905. 
16 p. 

51. List Of publications of surrey. Feb. 6, 1908. « p. 

52. Loots, D. E. Directions for destroying packet 

gophers. (1908.] 4 p. 3 II. 

53. Directory of officials and organisations concerned with 

protection of bird* and game, 1906. Aug. 22, 1906. 
16 p. 

64. Palmer, T.S. Statistics of hunting licenses. Oct. 19, 

1906. 24 p. 611. 
55. Bailey, Vernon. Directions for destruction oX wolves 
and coyotes. Mar. 13, 1907. 6 p. 

Some. (Reprint) Apr. 17, 1907. 6 p. 

66. Henshaw, H. W. Value of swallows as Insect de- 
stroyers. Apr. 27, 1907. «l>. 

57. Birds useful In war against cotton boil weevil. 

Apr. 27, 1907. 4 p. 
sailer, Vernon. De 
timber wolf. May 4, 1907. 2 p. 

59. Williams, R. W., Jr. Game protection In Florida. 

May 19, 1907. 11 p. 1 IL 

60. List of publications of survey. May 24, 1907. 7 p. 
Same. Revised (edition). June 22, 1907. 7 p. 

Federal game [and bird] protection, 5 years' 
retrospect; by T. S. Palmer. (In Agriculture 
Dept. Yearbook, 1905. 1906. p. 641-562, 
13 Tl. 1 pi.) 

Same, separate. [1906.] ii + 541-662 p. 13 il. 
1 pi. 



Apr. 5 

58. Bailer, Vernon. Destruction of deer by northern 

"nber' 



Biological Surrey Bureau— Continued. 
Game [and bird] protection in 1905; by T. 8. 
Palmer. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 

1905. 1906. p. 611-617.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Directory for 

farmers, 1905. [1906.}) 
Same, separate. [1906 ] iii + 611-617 p. 
Same, 190(i. (Jto Agriculture. Dept. Yearbook, 

1906. 1907. p. 533-540.) 

Same, separate. 1907. iii + 533-540 p. 

Game la wis for 1905, summary of provisions relat- 
ing to seasons, shipment, sale, and licenses; 
by T. K. Palmer, Hcnrv Oldvs, and It. W. 
Williams, jr. 1905. 54 p. 6 if (Agriculture 
Dept. l unu. r- bulletin 230.) 

Same for 1906; by T. S. Palmer and R. W. Wti- 
lkms, jr. 1900 54 p. 4 il. (Agriculture. 
Dept. Farmers' bulletin 265.) 

Game warden of to-day; by R. W. Williams, jr. 
(In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1906. W07. 
p. 213-224.) 

Same, separate. 1907. iii + 213-224 p. 

Meadow mice in relation to agriculture and horti- 
culture; by D. E. Lantz. (In Agriculture 
Dept. Yearbook, 1906. 1906. p. 363-376, 1 
il.4pl.) 

Same, separate. [1906.] ii + 363-376 p. 1 il. 
4 pi. 

Methods of destroying rats; by David E. Lantz. 
May 31, 1907. 8 p. 1 il. (Agriculture Dept. 
Fanners' bulletin 297.) 

North American fauna 25, 26. 

26. Bailey, Vernra. Biological survey of Texas. Oct. 

24, 1906. 222 p. 24 11. 10 pi. 6 maps. 
26. Howell, A. H. Revision or skunks of genus spllogale. 

Nov. 24, 1906. 55 p. 9 pi. map. 

Report of chief, 1905. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Reports, 1905. 1905 [1906]. p. 303-315.) 

Same, separate. 1905. ii + 303-315 p. 

Same, of acting chief, 1906. Dec. 15, 1906. 24 p. 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1907. p. 397-418.) 

President of United States. Executive order 
[amending Executive order of Jan. 17, 1873, 
concern in^ holding of office under State or 
Territorial government by employees of Fed- 
eral Government, so as to allow officers and 
employee* of Forest Service and Biological 
Survey to accept certain State and Territorial 
appoint in en in and certain State and Territorial 
officials to receive appointments in Forest 
Service and Biological Survev]. June 13, 

1907. 1 p. f° 

Biology. See Evolution— Heredity. 

Biragbl, Naloti. Patterson, J, O. Report 

from Committee on War Claims, adverse to H. 

8261, for relief of representatives of Btraghi. 

Birch, David Robert. 
Almond crop of Malaga; Higher raisin prices. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Nov. 1906. 

no. 314, p. 105, 106.) 
Genoa. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 1907 

[1908]. p. 598-600.) 
Malaga [1905]. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 

1906. p. 477.) 
Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [19081. p. 

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Birch, David Robert— Continued. 
Spun'. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 

1906. no. 304, p. 198-200.) 
Spain. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 

1906. no. 309, p. 124, 126.) 

Birch, James H. Mahon, T. M. Report from 
Committee on War Claims, submitting H. R. 
314, to refer H. 12536, for relief of Birch, to 
Court of Claims. Feb. 21, 1906. 1 p. (H.rp. 
1607, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. C.) 

Birch. Braniff, E. A. Grades and amount of 
lumber sawed from yellow poplar, yellow 
birch, sugar maple, and beech. 1906. 30 p. 
(Forest Service. Bulletin 73.) 

Bird, Edward. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7818, to increase 
pension of Bird. Feb. 19, 1907. lp. (H.rp. 
7930, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2726. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 7818, to increase pen- 
sion of Bird. Jan. 21, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
5152, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2726. 

Bird, schooner. Court op Claims. Conclusions 
of law and fact in French spoliation cases re- 
lating to schooner, Lemuel Bartlett, master. 
Dec. 4, 1906. 4 p. (H. doc. 96, 59th Cong. 
2d sees. In v. 47; 5140.) 

Bird-cherry. See Hackberry. 

Bird Islet. Htdroorafhic Office. Bird Islet 
Anchorage, Wreck Reef. Scale naut. m. —0.93 
in. 8 X 5.5 in. (On Hydrographic Office. 
Coral Sea; chart 2002. Feb. 1906.) 

Birds. 

Bailey, Vernon. Biological survey of Texas. 
Oct. 24, 1905. 222 p. 24 il. 10 pi. 6 maps. 
(Biological Survey Bureau. North Ameri- 
can fauna 25.) 

Birds known to eat boll weevil. 1905. 

16 p. (Biological Survey Bureau. Bulletin 
22.) 

Biological Survey Bureau. Directory of 
officials and organizations concerned with pro- 
tection of birds and game, 1906. Aug. 28, 
1905. 16 p. (Circular 50.) 

Same, 1906. Aug. 22, 1906. 16 p. (Cir- 
cular 53.) 

Brick, A. L. Report from Committee on Ter- 
ritories, favoring H. 26032, to amend act for 
protection of game [and wild birds] in Alaska. 
Feb. 1, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 7106, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 1; 5064.) 

Clark, A. H. 18 new species and 1 new genus 
of birds from eastern Asia and Aleutian Is- 
lands. (In National Museum. Proceedings. 

1907. v. 32, p. 467-476, no. 1539.) 

Same, separate. June 15, 1907. 

Henry, E. S. Report from Committee on Ag- 
riculture, favoring H. 7019, for protection of 
animals, birds, and fish in forest reserves. 
Mar. 23, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 2494, 69th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) 

Henshaw, H. W. Birds useful in war against 
cotton boll weevil. Apr. 27, 1907. 4 p. (Bi- 
ological Survey Bureau. Circular 57.) 

Howell, A. H. Birds that eat cotton boll wee- 
vil, report ofprogress. 1906. 22 p. (Biolog- 
ical Survey Bureau. Bulletin 26.) 



Birds — Continued. 

Lacby, J. F. Report from Committee on Pub- 
lic Lands, amending H. 13190, to protect birds 
and their eggs [on lands reserved as breeding 
grounds]. Feb. 19, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 1469, 
69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 536. 

McAtee, W. L. Birds that eat scale insects. 
(In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1906. 1907. 
p. 189-198, 3 il.) 

Same, separate. 1907. ii + 180-198 p. 3 il. 

(Biological Survey Bureau.) 

McGregor, R. C. Notes on birds collected 
in Mindoro and in small adjacent islands. 
(In Philippine journal of science, July, 1906. 
Manila, 1906. v. 1, no. 6, p. 697-704.) 

Notes on collection of birds from Palawan 

Island. (In Philippine journal of science, 
Oct. 1906. Manila, 1906. v. 1, no. 8, p. 903- 
908.) 

Notes on 4 birds from Luzon and on species 

of doubtful occurrence in Philippines; Notes 
on birds from Apo Island; Notes on collection 
of birds from Ban ton; Notes on collection 
of birds from Island of Tablas. (In Philip- 
pine journal of science, Sept. 1906. Manila, 
1906. v. 1, no. 7, p. 765-777, 7 pi.) 

and Worcester, D. C. Hand-list of birds 

of Philippine Islands. Manila, 1906. 123 p. 
large 8° (Philippine Islands, Laboratories 
Bureau, Government. [Publication] 36.) 

Obbrholser, H. C. Avian genus bleda Bona- 
parte and some of its allies. (Smithsonian 
Institution [publication 1588]. In Smithso- 
nian miscellaneous collections, v. 48. 1905. 
p. 149-172.) 

Same, separate. July 1, 1905. p. 149-172. 

(Smithsonian Institution. [Publication] 1588.) 

Notes on birds from German and British 

east Africa. (In National Museum. Pro- 
ceedings. 1906. v. 30, p. 801-811, no. 1469.) 

Same, separate. 

Oldys, Henry. Cage-bird traffic of United 
States. (In Agriculture Dept. Yearbook. 
1906. 1907. p. 166-180, 2 pi.) 

Same, separate. 1907. Hi + 166-180 p. 

2 pi. (Biological Survey Bureau.) 

Palmer, T. S. Federal game [and bird] protec- 
tion, 5 years' retrospect. (In Agriculture 
Dept. Yearbook, 1905. 1906. p. 541-562, 
13 fl. 1 pi ) 

Same, separate. [1906.] ii + 541-562 p. 

13 il. 1 pi. (Biological Survey Bureau.) 

Game [and bird] protection in 1905. (In 

Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1905. 1906. 
p. 611-617.) 

Same. (In Agriculture Dept. Directory 

for farmers, 1905. [1906.]) 

Same, separate. [1906.] iii + 611-617 p. 

(Biological Survey Bureau.) 

Same, 1906. (In Agriculture Dept. Year- 
-book, 1906. 1907. p. 533-540.) 

Same, separate. 1907. iii + 633-540 p. 

(Biological Survey Bureau.) 

— — Statistics of hunting licenses. Oct. 19, 
1906. 24 p. 6 il. (Biological Survey Bureau. 
I Circular 54.) 



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Birds — Continued. 

Palmer, T. S., and Williams, R. W., jr. Game 
laws for 1906, summary of provisions relating 
to seasons, shipment, sale, and licenses. 1906. 
64 p. 4 il. (Biological Survey Bureau; Agri- 
culture Dept., Farmers' bulletin 265.) 

with Oldys, Henry, and Williams, R. W., 

jr. Game laws for 1905, summary of provisions 
relating to seasons, shipment, sale, ana licenses. 
1905. 54 p. 6 il. (Biological Survey Bureau; 
Agriculture Dept., Farmers' bulletin 230.) 

Ridoway, Robert. Birds of North and Middle 
America. 1907. pt. 4, xxii + 973 p. 34 pi. 
(National Museum. Bulletin 50, pt. 4.) 

Treasury Department. Importation of for- 
eign wild animals and birds under act approved 
May 26, 1900. June 14, 1906. lp.4° (Dept. 
circular 49, 1906; Division of Customs.) 

See also CaHformia— District of Columbia— Game- 
birds — Indian Key Reservation — Olympic for- 
est reserve — Wichita forest reserve. 
Blrdsall, Benjamin P., Representative from 
Iowa. See, for reports from Committee on 
Judiciary, Courts of United States, Florida— 
Courts of United States, Iowa [4]— Cuba, 
Claims— Distriot of Columbia, Deeds— Indian 
Territory— -J udges— New Kexico — Oklahoma — 
Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Supreme 
Court — Supreme Court— Texas. For reports 
from Committee on Merchant Marine and Fish- 
eries, see Collisions at sea— Dredges. 
Birge, Mrs. Julia A. 

Burnkam, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 6140, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Birge. Feb. 11, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6626, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
C. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2684. 

Kelihbb, J. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 6140, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Birge. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 7779, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2684. 
Birkhead, Mrs. Miranda. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 2315, to pension Mrs. Birk- 
head. Dec. 10, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 4502, 69th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2230. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2315, to pension 
Mrs. Birkhead. June 1, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
4600, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. H.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2230. 

Blrklnblne, John. 

Production of iron ores, [calendar year] 1904. 
1905. 37 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral re- 
sources, 1904. 1906. p. 37-68.) 

Same, 1905. 1906. 38 p. 

Same. (In same, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 53-86.) 

Production of manganese ores, [calendar year] 
1904. 1905. 32 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral re- 
sources, 1904. 1905. p. 113-140.) 

Same, 1906. 1906. 29 p. 

Same. (In same, 1905. 1906(1907]. p. 87-111.) 



Birmingham, William. . i 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 1605, to increase pension of 
Birmingham. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
297, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1432. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 1505, to increase 
pension of Birmingham. Jan. 8, 1906. 2 p. 
(H: rp. 37, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1432. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Burchard, E. F. Clinton or red ores of Bir- 
mingham district, Ala. (In Geological Sur- 
vey. Bulletin 315. 1907. p. 130-151.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to iron and manganese ores, [cal- 
endar year] 1906.) 

Butts, Charles. Clays of Birmingham dis- 
trict, Ala. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 
316. 1907. p. 291-295.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to clays, [calendar year] 1906.) 

Limestone and dolomite in Birmingham 

district, Ala. (In Geological Survey. Bul- 
letin 315. 1907. p. 247-255.) 

Same. (In Geological 8urvey. Investiga- 
tions relating to lime, magnesite, etc., [cal- 
endar year] 1906.) 

Warrior coal basin in Birmingham quad- 
rangle, Ala. (In Geological Survey. Bul- 
letin 285. 1906. p. 211-222, map.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to coal and lignite, [calendar 
year] 1905.) 

Geological Survey. Alabama, Birmingham 
special quadrangle, lat. 33° 30/-33 0 45', long. 
86° 45'-87°. Scale 1:62,500, contour interval 
20 ft. Edition of Oct. 1906. 17.5 X 14.7 in. 

Pbttus, E. W. Report from Committee on Ju- 
diciary, amending S. 5215, to fix terms of cir- 
cuit and district courts for southern division 
of northern district of Alabama [at Birming- 
ham]. Apr. 2, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2303, 59th 
Cong. 1st seas. In v. 2; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 1, p. 114. 

Tirrell, C. Q. Report from Committee on Ju- 
diciary, favoring H. 16802, to fix terms of cir- 
cuit and district courts for southern division 
of northern district of Alabama fat Birming- 
ham]. Mar. 27, 1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 2664, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4907.) 

See also Limestone brick. 
Birmingham, England. Halstead, Albert. 
[Birmingham district.] (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 60-63.) 
Birmingham, Columbus and St. Andrews 
Railroad. Adamson, W. C. Report from 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce, favoring H. 11263, to authorize con- 
struction of bridge across St. Andrews Bay [at 
or near Grassy Point, Fla., by company]. Jan. 
19, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 340, 69th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 18. 

Birnie, Rogers. See, as member, Bngtneers 
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Birthright, Mrs. Louisa *. 

Aiken, Wtatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 10256, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Birthright. June 6, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 4844, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2247. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19256, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Birthright. Dec. 10, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 4602, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2247. 
Births. See Vital statistics. 
Bisbee, Watson F. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 23675, to increase 
pension of Bisbee. Feb. 2, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7215, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p 2771. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 23675, to increase pension of 
Bisbee. Feb. 20, 1907. lp. (S. rp. 6981, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 2771. 

Bisbee, Ariz. Geological Subvet. Arizona, 
Bisbee special map, lat. 31° 24' 25"-31° 26' 
45", long. 109° W 30"-109° 56' 80". Scale 
1:12,000. contour interval 20 ft. Edition of 
June, 1906. 14.2 X 15.6 in. 

Bishop, Charles E. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 655, to increase 
pension of Bishop. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. 

S. 1986, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1636. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 655, to increase pension 
of Bishop. Feb. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 848, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1636. 
Bishop, Emily E. Court or Claims. Findings. 
Mar. 2, 1907. 3 p. (S. doc. 383, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 6; 4073.) 
Bishop, Levi C. 
Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 10831, to increase pension 
of Bishop. Mar. 15, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 2302, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 84, 
pt. 2, p. 1793. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 10831, to increase pension of 
Bishop. Apr. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2437, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1793. 
Bishop, Mrs. Mary C. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 1555, to increase 
pension oj tyrs. Bishop. Mar. 6, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 2020, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In V, C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1644. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 1555, to 
increase pension ox Mrs. Bishop. Feb. 26, 
1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1284, 58th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. B.) Stat. t. v. 3*,.pt. 2, p. 1644. 
Bishop, Mrs. Mary H. 
Boa* err, E» J-, Report fronx .Committee.^ 
Pensions, favoring H. 24405, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bishop. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. (S. 

E. 7226, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2788. 



Bishop, Mrs. Mary H.— Continued. 
Fuller, 0. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 24405, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Bishop. Feb. 7, 1*07. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 7446, 59th Cong. 2d Bess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 8788. 

Bishop, Menzo S. 
Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring 8. 7341, to increase 
pension of Bishop. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. 

E. 7857, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2709. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 7341, to increase pen- 
sion of Bishop. Feb. 4, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6030, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2709. 
Bishop, Theodore H. 
Dick, Charles. Report from Committee on 
Naval Affaire, favoring H. 1566, for relief of 
Bishop. Apr. 17, 1906. 3 p. (S. rp. 2718, 
59th Cong, lat soss. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1859. 

Meter, Adolph. Report from Committee on 
Naval Affaire, favoreig H. 1565, for relief of 
Bishop. Feb. 14. 1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 1298, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. T. 34, 
pt 2, p. 1859. 
Bishop, Thomas B. 

• Scllowat, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 8176, to in- 
crease pension of Bishop. Feb. 14, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1200, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1692. 

Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 8176, to increase pension 
of Bishop. Mar. 13, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 1740, 

. 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1692. 
Bishop, Mrs. Victoria. 

Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11415, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bishop. Mar. 1, 1906. 1 p. (8: 
rp. 1415, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1704. 

Richardson, J. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 11415, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bishop. Jan. 19, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 327. 69th Cong, lat ses». In v. A.) Stat. 
E. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 1704. 
Bishop, William Henry. 

Municipal ownership, operation of gas plant and 
other enterprises at Palermo. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. June, 1907 1 . no, 331; p. 
81-33.) 

Palermo [1905). (In Commercial relations, 1905. 

13(16. p. 451-468.) 
Same [19061. (In same, 1908. 1907 [19081. 

p. 604, 605.) 

Bishopp, Fred C, and Jones, C. ft. Cotton 
bollwonn,_ summary of its life history and 
habits, with some results of investigations 
in 1905 and 1906. May 10, 1907. 32 p. 4 
il. (Bntomologv Bureau; Agriculture Dept., 
Farmers' bulletin 290.) 

Bismarck, N. Dak. President of United 

States. Executive order [amending Execu- 
tive order of Jan. 27, 1906, changing boundary 
lines of Bismarck and Fargo land districts in 
North Dakota]. Feb. 19, 1906. 1 p. f 



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Bismuth. 

Hovby, £. O. Production of bismuth, [calen- 
dar year] 1904. 1908. 4 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

t resources, 1904. 1905. p. 376, 376.) 

Schnatterbeck, C. C. Production of bismuth, 
[calendar year] 1905. 1906. 5 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1905. 1906 11907). p. 441-443.) 

Bison. 

Blob Mountain Forest Association. Cor- 
respondence [with Interior Department] in re- 
lation to proposrtkm of association to sell to 
Government nerd of pure blooded American 
bison, formerly property of Austin Corhin and 
now ranging in Corbin Park, Newport, N. H. 
(In Interior Dept. Report of Secretary, 1905. 
1905. p. 284-286.) 

Same. (In Interior Dept. Reporte, 1905, 

Secretary and bureau officers, etc. 1905 
[1906]. p. 285-287.) 

Gamble, R.J. Report from Committee on Pub- 
lic Lands, favoring H. 13542, to lease land in 
Stanley County, S. Dak., for buffalo pasture. 
Feb. 14, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 960, 59th Cos*. 
1st seas. In v. 1; 4904.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. I, 
p. 61. 

Martin, E. W. Report from Committee on Pub- 
lic Lands, amending H. 13542, to lease land in 
Stanley County, S. Dak., for buffalo pasture. 
Feb. 8, 1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 1108, 59U» Cong. 
1st seas. In v. 1; 4806.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 61. 

Yermolofp, A. Bisons of the Caucasus. (In 
Smithsonian Institution. Report, 1906. 1907. 
p. 345-353, 1 il. 2 pi.) [Translation from La 
Nature, Mar. 30, 1907.] 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 345-353, 1 il. 

2 pi. (Smithsonian Institution. [Publica- 
tion] 1761.) 
Bissagos Islands. See Bljouga Islands. 

Bissell, Arthur H. See, as acting Assistant Attor- 
ney-General for Post - Office Department, 
Attorney-General, Assistant, for Post-Office 
Department 

Bissell, James E. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending' H. 22260, to increase 
pension of Bissell. Feb. 2, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7203, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2754. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22260, to increase pen- 
sion of BisBell. Feb. 20, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
7061, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2754. 

Biawlphid of carbon. Experiment Stations 
Omcs. Carbon bisulphid for killing sassafras 
sprouts- (In Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bul- 
letin 281. Apr. 10. 1907. p. 16, 17.) [Com- 
piled from Arkansas station oulletin 91.] 

Bitter Root forest reserve. Frbszdbnt of 
Unites Statbs. [Bitter Root forest reserve, 
Idaho and Mont., 3d] proclamation. May 22, 
1905. (la Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3044-49.) 
[Appeared separately in Document catalogue 
of the 58th Congress.) 

Bitter rot. See Hot. 



Bittleston, Henry. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 5940, to increase 
pension of Bittleston. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 7769, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2708. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 5940, to increase pen- 
sion of Bittleston. Jan. 28, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 5601, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2708. 
Bituminous coal. See Goal. 
Bivalves. See Mussels, Fresh-water — Oysters. 
Bivans, ftobert. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Cummittec on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 12407, to in- 
crease pension of Bivans. Mar. 20, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 2409, 59th Cone, 1st sesa. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34. pt. 2. p. 1890. 

Smoot, Reeii. Report frum Toiumi tlce on fVn- 
sionn, favoring H. 12407. to increase pension of 
Bivans. Apr. 16. 1906. 2 p. (8! rp. 2571, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D. | Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1890, 
Bixby, Edmund W. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 11606, to increase 
pension of Bixby. Mar. 20, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2412, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1887. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring EL 11606, to increase pen- 
sion of Bixhy. Apr. 17, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2697, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In V. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1887. 
Bixby, Tains. See 7i«e Civilised Tribes Com- 
missioner—as chairman, Five Civilised Tribes 
Commission. 
Bixby, William Herbert. 

Annual report upon improvement of Chicago and 
Calumet harbors, of Chicago River, and of Cal- 
umet River, survey of Illinois and Des Plaines 
rivers for waterway from Lockport, 111., to St. 
Louis, Mo., 1905. (In Engineer Dept. Re- 
port, 1906. 1905. pt. 1, p. 643-548; pt. 2, 
p. 2065-2135.) 

Same, separate. 

Same, 1906. (In same, 1906. 1906. pt. 1, p, 

599-608; pt. 2, p. 1771-80.) 
Same, separate. 

Annual report upon improvement of Illinois 
River and construction of Illinois and Missis- 
sippi Canal, 1905. (In Engineer Dept. Re- 
port, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 548-553; pt. 2, 
p. 2137-54.) 

Same, separate. 

Same, 1906. See BiohC, Charles Swift 
Effect of withdrawal of water from Lake Mich- 
igan by sanitary district of Chicago. May 22, 
1906. 16 p. (Rivers and Harbors Committee. 
Document 6, 59th Cong. 1st sees.) 
See also, as engineer, Chicago River — Indiana 
Harbor, Ind. — St. Louis, Ho.— as member of 
board, Illinois Jliver— Michigan, Lake. 
Bixtev, John W. See, as editor, Interior Depart- 
ment, Pensions. 
Stack, Charles N. See, as 'executor, Bachelors, 
brig— Betsey, brie, Burnham, master — Little 
John Butler, brig. 



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Black, Isa. Cassel, H. B. Report from Com- 
mittee on Accounts, amending H. R. 106, to 
pay widow of Black 6 months' salary and 
funeral expenses of husband. Dec. 19, 1905. 
1 p. (H. rp. 18, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 

Black, John Charles. See, as president, Civil 
Service Commission. 

Black, John H. Coukt op Claims. Findings. 
Dec. 11, 1905. 2 p. (H. doc. 115, 59th Cong. 
1st seas. In v. 45; 4986.) 

Black, William. Court or Claims. Findings in 
case of Helen Bryant, granddaughter of Black. 
Jan. 3, 1907. 2 p. (S. doc. 182, 59th Cong. 
2d sees. In v. 4; 6071.) 

Black, William. Fulton, C. W. Report from 
Committee on Claims, favoring S. 7467, for 
division of penalty recovered under alien con- 
tract-labor law [and payment of same to 
Black]. Jan. 22, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5177, 59th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 

Black, William Murray. 

Annual report upon improvement of rivers and 
harbors in Maine and New Hampshire, 1905. 
(In Engineer Dept. Report, 1905. 1905. 
pt. 1, p. 21-42, 779-800.) 

Same, separate. 

Same, 1906. (In same, 1906. 1906. pt. 1, p. 
18-41, 849-868.) 

Same, separate. 

War Department. Estimate of appropriation 
for payment of claims of Black and Mark 
Brooke. Dec. 18, 1905 . 8 p. (H. doc. 248, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 46; 4986.) 

See also, as engineer, Bangor — Cape Porpoise — 
Center Harbor— Kennebec River — North 
Haven— Penobscot River— Portland, He.— 
Sheepscott River— Tenants Harbor. 

Black cherry-trees. See Cherry-trees. 

Black-currant gall-mites. Colling e, W. E. 
On eradication of black-currant gall-mite, 
eriophyes ribis Nalepa. (In Entomology Bu- 
reau. Bulletin 67. Nov. 25, 1907. p. 119- 
133.) 

Black diamonds. See Diamonds. 

Black-gum. See Tupelo. 

Black-head. Moore, V. A. Blackhead, or in- 
fectious entero-hepatitis, in turkeys. Dec. 2, 
1905. 8 p. 7 il. (Animal Industry Bureau. 
Circular 5 revised.) [Titleof lstedition, issued 
Mar. 11, 1896, read Direct transmission of in- 
fectious entero-hepatitis in turkeys.] 

Black Hills forest reserve. 

Hansbrough, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Public Lands, favoring H. 23927, excepting 
certain lands in Pennington County, S. Dak., 
from operation of sec. 4 of act for entry of 
agricultural lands within forest reserves. Jan. 
23, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 5320, 69th Cong. 2d 
sees. In v. 1; 5060.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 883. 

Martin, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, favoring H. 17766, for entry of 
agricultural lands within forest reserve. Apr. 
6,1906. 3 p. (H.rp. 2951, 69th Cong. 1st sees. 
In v. 2; 4907.) 



Black Hills forest reserve— Continued. 
Martin, E. W. Report from Committee on Pub- 
lic Lands, favoring H. 28927, excepting certain 
lands in Pennington County, S. Dak., from 
operation of sec. 4 of act for entry of agricul- 
tural lands within forest reserves. Jan. 17, 
1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 6421, 59th Cong. 2d seas. 
In v. 1; (064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 883. 
See also Bark-beetles. 

Black Lake. See Holland, Mich. 

Black larch. See Tamarack. 

Black Ledge. See New London. 

Black locust. See Locust-trees. 

Black Mesa forest reserve. President of 
United States. Black Mesa forest reserve, 
Ariz., 2d proclamation. June 30, 1906. 1 p. 
map, f° 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3218, 

3219, map.) 

Black Point Bay. Hydrographic Office. Lo- 
ango and Black Point bays, French Congo, 
west coast of Africa, from French survey in 
1883; chart 2321. Scale naut. m. = 1.5 in. 
May, 1906. 24.9 X 21.6 in. 

Black River, Ark. Ryan, W. H. Report from 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce, favoring H. 23578, to authorize county 
of Clay, Ark., to construct bridge across river 
at or near Bennetts Ferry. Jan . 15, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 6394, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 1; 
6064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 892. 

Black River, La. _ Hoffman, G. M. Improve- 
ment of Ouachita and Black rivers, Ark. and 
La. [1906]. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 
1905. 1905. pt. 2, p. 1528-38.) 
Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of rivers and waterways in Loui- 
siana, Texas, Arkansas, Indian Territory, and 
Mississippi tributary to Mississippi River, 

1905. ) 

Same [1906]. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 

1906. 1906. pt. 1, p. 1362-68.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of Red River below Fulton, Ark., 
and of rivers and waterways in Louisiana, 
Arkansas, and Mississippi tributary to Missis- 
sippi River, 1906.) 

Black River, N. Y. Engineer Department. 
Report of examination of mouth of river and 
Dexter Harbor. Dec. 11, 1905. 6 p. (H. 
doc. 157, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 46; 4966.) 

Black River, Ohio. See Lorain. 

Black Rock, N. Y. See Buffalo, N. Y. 

Black-root. See Wilt disease. 

Black sand. See Sand. 

Black walnut-trees. See Walnut-trees. 

Black Warrior River. 
Cavanaugh, J. B. Improvement of Black War- 
rior, Warrior, and Tombigbee rivers, Ala. and 
Miss. [1906]. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 
1906. 1906. pt. 1, p7l272-79.) 
Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of rivers and harbors in western 
Alabama and eastern Mississippi, 1906.) 

Operating and care of locks and dams on 

Black Warrior River, Ala. [1906]. (In Engi- 
neer Dept. Report, 1906. 1906. pt 1, p. 
1279-85.) 



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Black Warrior River— Continued. 
Cavanaugh, J. B. Same. (In his Annual re- 
port upon improvement of riven and harbors 
m western Alabama and eastern Mississippi, 
1906.) 

Craighol, W. £. Improvement of Black War- 
rior, Warrior, and Tombigbee rivers, Ala. and 
Miss. [1906]. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 
1905. 1906. pt. 2, p. 1400-10.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of rivers and harbors in western 
Alabama and eastern Mississippi, 1906.) 

Operating and care of locks and dams on 

Black Warrior River, Ala. [1905]. (In Engi- 
neer Dept. Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 2, p. 
1410-16.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of rivers and harbors in western 
Alabama and eastern Mississippi, 1905.) 
Black wattle. See Wattle trees. 
Blackburn, Joseph Clay Styles, Senator from 
Kentucky. President op United States. 
Executive order [appointing Blackburn mem- 
ber of Isthmian Canal Commission, and stating 
compensation and allowances which he will 
receive]. Apr. 1, 1907. 1 p. t> 

See also, for reports from Committee on District 
of Columbia, D. 0. Birds [8] — D. 0. Health 
[2] — D. 0. National Savings and Trust Com- 
pany— D. 0. Providence Hospital — D. 0. Streets 
[21. For report from Committee on Military 
Affairs, see Brown, Shadrack F. For reports 
from Committee on Naval Affairs, see Petten- 
{111, George T. — Rogers, Eustace Baron. 

See also, as member of board of visitore, Military 
Academy. 

Blackburn, Robert. See Walker, E. W., and 

others. 
Blacker, Charles. 

Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 23872, to in- 
crease pension of Blacker. Jan. 21, 1907. 2 
p. (H. rp. 6674, 69th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2585. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring!!. 23872, to increase pen- 
sion of Blacker. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6431, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2686. 
Blackfeet Reservation. 

Clapp, M. E. Report from Committee on Indian 
Affairs, favoring S. 6354, to survey and allot 
lands within Blackfeet Reservation, Mont., 
and to open surplus lands to settlement. June 
2, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3976, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 2; 4906.) 

Clark, W. A. Report from Committee on In- 
dian Affairs, amending by substitute H. 19681, 
to survey and allot lands within Blackfeet 
Reservation, Mont., and to open surplus lands 
to settlement. June 6, 1906. 4 p. (S. rp. 
4101, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 2; 4905.) 

Report from Committee on Indian Affairs, 

amending S. 7674, to survey and allot lands 
within limits of Blackfeet Reservation, Mont., 
and to open surplus lands to settlement. Jan. 
21, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 5168, 59th Cong. 2d 
sess. Inv. 1; MM.) 



Blackfeet Reservation — Continued. 
Marshall, T. F. Report from Committee on 
Indian Affaire, amending H. 19681, to survey 
and allot lands within Blackfeet Reservation, 
Mont., and to open surplus lands to settle- 
ment. June 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 4723, 69th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 4908.) 

President op United States. [Message re- 
turning without approval H. 19681, to survey 
and allot lands within Blackfeet Reservation, 
Mont., and to open surplus lands to settle- 
ment.] (In House Journal, p. 1272, 59th Cong. 
1st seBS.; 4808.) 

Sherman, J. 8. Conference report on H. 19681, 
to survey and allot lands within Blackfeet 
Reservation, Mont., and to open surplus lands 
to settlement. June 15, 1906. 7 p. (H. rp. 
4942, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 3; 4M6.) 

Blackford, George A. See Newberry, Spencer 
B., Blackford, O. A., and Hughes, C. H. 

Blackhawk, Colo. Geological Survey. Colo- 
rado, Blackhawk quadrangle, lat. 39° 45M0 0 , 
long. 105° 15M05* 30'. Scale 1:62,500, con- 
tour interval 100 ft. Edition of Jan. 1906. 
17.5 X 13.6 in. 

Blackmail. See Special agents. 

Blacksmiths. 
Civil Service Commission. Blacksmith and 
wheelwright [announcement of examination] 
June 12, 1907. May 10, 1907. 1 p. 4° 

Farrier [announcement of examination] 

June 26, 1907. May 9, 1907. 1 p. 4° 

Blackwater River. Engineer Department. 
Report of examination of Blackwater Creek, 
or River, Va. Dec. 13, 1905. 5 p. (H.'doc. 
177, 59th Cong.. 1st sess. In v. 45; 4986.) 

Blackwelder, Eliot. Reconnaissance on Pacific 
Coast from Yakutat to Alsek River, Alaska. 
(In Geological Survey. Bulletin 314. 1907. 
p. 82-«8.) 
Same, separate. 
Blackwell, Mrs. Rittie. 
Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 13163, to pen- 
sion Mrs. Blackwell. Feb. 2, 1907. 2 p. (H. 

S. 7140, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2565. 
Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 13163, to pension Mrs. Black- 
well. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6791, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2565. 

Bladder-nuts. See Pistachio-nuts. 
Blagge, Henry W. See, as administrator, Blos- 
som, brig. 

Blaine, Wash. Geological Survey. Washing- 
ton, Blaine quadrangle, lat. 48° 45 / -49 0 , long. 
122° 30 / -122° 5C. Scale 1:62,500, contour 
interval 20 ft. Edition of May, 1907. 17.5 X 
16.5 in. 

Blair, George. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7223, to increase pen- 
sion of Blair. Mar. 14, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
1762, 69th Cong. 1st sess. Ia v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt 2, p. 1688. 



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Blair, George— Continued. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 7223, to increase 
pension of Blair. Feb. 12, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 1138, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1688. 
Blair, deorge W. 

Burnram, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 6561, to increase pen- 
sion of Blair. Dec. 10, 1906. 3 p. (S. rp. 
4463, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2277. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6561, to increase 
pension of Blair. Jan. 8, 1907 . 2 p. (H. rp. 
5999, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2277. 
Blair, Henry W. 

Burmham, H. G. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 7337, to pension Blair. 
Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 4986, 59th Cong. 
2dsess. Inv.A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2449. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7337, to pension 
Blair. Jan. 30, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 7053, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2449. 
Blair, Hugh. 

Chanby, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 20891, to increase 
pension of Blair. Dec. 11, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5405, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2305. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 20891, to increase pension of 
Blair. Jan. 12, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 4881, 59th 
Cong. 2d seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2305. 
Blair, James T. 

McLain, F. A. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 25229, to increase pen- 
sion of Blair. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
7386, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2806. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 25229, to increase pen- 
sion of Blair. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
7090, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2806. 
Blair, Samuel M. See Robinson, Mrs. G. 1., 

and others. 
Blair, Uriah. 

Campbell, P. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 23332, to increase pen- 
sion of Blair. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
7357, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 23332, to increase pane 
sion of Blair. Feb. 20, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
7010, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Blair, William. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 6407, to h* 
cvease pension of Blair. Feb. 26, 1906 . 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1739, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) 
Stat. t. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1727. 

Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 6407, to increase pension 
of Blair. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2115, 
69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1727. 



Blair, William A. See, as commiasiomar, 
Commission. 

Blair, William R. Villard's theory of aurora. 
(In Monthly weather review, Dec. 1906. Mar. 
1, 1907. v. 34, p. 572, 573, 4 il.) 

Blaisdell, Mrs. Marie J. McCumber, P. J. Re- 
port from Committee on Pensions, amending 
S. 6277, to increase pension of Mrs. Blaisdell. 
Feb. 12, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 6627, 59th Cong. 
2d seas. In v. D.) 

Blake, Albert S. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 1138, to increase pen- 
sion of Blake. Feb. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
888, 59th Cong. 1st sess. Ia v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1640. 
Weibsb, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring 8. 1138, to increase 
pension of Blake. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2006, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt 2, p. 1640. 

Blake, Evans. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11593, to increase pen- 
sion of Blake. Apr. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2952, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1887. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 11593, to increase 
pension of Blake. Apr. 4, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2859, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1887. 

Blake, J. C. See, as joint author, Bates, Fred- 
erick. 

Btake, Maxwell. 
Commerce at Madeira. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Oct. 1906. no. 319, p. 80, 81.) 
Lace industry [in] Madeira. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Feb. 1907. no. 917, p. 172, 173.) 
Madeira. (In Commercial relatione, 1906. 1907 

[1908]. p. 398, 399.) 
Madeira, decreasing wine sales. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 321, p. 158, 
159.) 

Madeira Islands. (In Commercial relations, 

1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 635-637.) 
Suggestions for trade with Azores, Madeira, and 
Canaries. (In Monthly cons, aad trade rp. 
Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 126, 127.) 

Blake, Michael, alias. See Pendergas*. 

Blake, Robert N. Court op Claims. Findings 
in case of G. B. Wallace, administrator of 
Blake. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (8. doc. 198, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 4; 6071.) 

Blakney, Thomas. 
Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 17070, to increase 
pension of Blakney. Apr. 2, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2795, 59th Cone. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2040. 
Tajjafsrro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 17070, to increase pen- 
sion of Blakney. May 2, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3275, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2040. 

Blanc, Mont. Radau, Q. Astronomy on Mont 
Blanc. (In Smithsonian Institution. Re- 
port, 1906. 1907. p. 173-186.) [Translation 
from Revue des deux mondes, Feb. 15, 1907.] 



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Blanc, Mont— Continued. 

Radau.H. Seme, separate. 1907. p. 173-186. 
(Smithsonian Institution. [Publication) 1750.) 
Blancett, Robert. 

Ant en, Wtatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 13227, to increase 
pennon of Blancett. Apr. 12, 1906. l_p. 
(H. rp. 8174, 69th Cong. 1st seas. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1990. 

Overman, L. 8. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 13227, to increase pen- 
sion of Blancett. Apr. 27, 1906. lp. (S. rp. 
3066, 69th Cong. 1st sets. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1990. 
Blanchard, Clarence J. National reclamation of 
arid lands. (In Smithsonian Institution. Re- 
port, 1906. 1907. p. 469^492, 1 pi. 6 p. of pi.) 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 469-492, 1 pi. 6 p. of 
pi. (Smithsonian Institution. [Publication] 
1760.) 

Blanchard, Mrs. Helen M. 
Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee 6n In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 1737, to increase 

rtnsion of Mo. Blanchard. Jan. 22, 1906. 
p. (H. rp. 492, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1439. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 1737, t» increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Blancnard. Jan. 8, 1900. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 104, 6Sth Cong, let sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 1469. 
Blanchard, John W. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 18132, to in- 
crease pension of Blanchard. May 5, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 3846, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 0096. 
Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
.sians, favoring H. 18132, to intsreasfl pension qf 
Blanchard. May 28, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp.5868, 
69th. Cong. Jst seas. In v. G.) Styl. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2096. '• 
Blanchard, Raphael. Zoology and medicine. 
(In Smithsonian Institution. Report, M08. 
1907. p. 439-462.) 
Same, separate. 1907. p. 489-402. (Smith- 
aonuat lastitution. [Publication] 1766.) 
Blanchard, Thomas T. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 13446, to increase pen- 
sion of Blanchard. Apr. 17, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 2701, 69th Cong. 1st seas. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1894. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 13445, to increase 
pension of Blanchard. Mar. 13, 1906 . 2 p. 
(H. rp. 2251, 69th Cong. 1st sew. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1894. 
Blanchard, William T. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 9218, to increase pension of 
Blanchard. Jan. 18, 1907. lp. (S.rp.6072, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2338. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending!!. 9218, to increase 
pension of Blanchard. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5206, 69th Cong. 2d seBs. In v. A.) 
. Stat L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2338. 

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BJanchester, Ohio. GeologicalSvrvejt. Ohie> 
Blanchester quadrangle, lat. 39° 15 / -39° W, 
long. 83° 45 / -84°. Scale 1:62,500, contour in- 
terval 20 ft. Edition of June, 1907. 17.5 X 
13.6 in. 

Bianco, Manuel. Excerpt from Philippine flora 
v. [3 and] 4, nipa palm, sasa. (In Philippine 
Commission. 6th report, [Nov. 1904-OctJ1905 
[with reports of departments, bureau officers. 
1905, etc.]. 1906. pt. 4, p. 185, 186.) 

Bland, Theodore. 
Gbarin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 19363, to increase pension of 
Bland. Jan. 22, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5208, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 84, 
pt. 2, p. 2372. 
Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 19363, to increase pension 
of Bland. Dec. 13, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 5433, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2372. 

Bland, Theodorick. Court op Claims. Find- 
ings in case of heirs of Bland. Jan. 7, 1907. 
2 p. (H. doc. 429, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 
61; 6164.) 

Bunding, James D. 
Aiken, WyatT. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 12008, to increase pen- 
sion of Blanding. Feb. 8, 1906. 1 p. (H. 

E. 1087, 69th Cong. 1st eesa. In v. B.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1623. . • 
tiK Follette, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 12008, to increase pen- 
sion of Blanding. Feb. 27, 1906. lp. (S.rp. 
1396, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1623. 
Blanding, Mrs. Sallie E. 
Aiken, WvAtt. Report from Committee on 
' Pensions, amending BT. 17920, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Blanding. May 10, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 3945, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2092. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 17920, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Blanding. May 28, 1908. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 3907, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2092. 
Blaney, Mrs. Anna V. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoringS. 7491, to increase 
sion of Mrs. Blaney. Feb. 19, 1907. Id. 

In v. E.) 



H. rp. 7881, 59th Cong. 2d ; 
Itat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2714. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 7491, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Blaney. Jan. 21, 1907. 1 p. 
(8. rp. 6164, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2714. 

Bftaufc & Parks. Bkall, Jack. ' Report torn 
Committee on Claims, favoring H. 4680, for 
relief of Blank and Parks. Feb. 24, 1906. dp. 
(BL rp. 1708, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. y. 34t pt. 2, p. 2152. 

Blankets. Crav, R. F. Opportunities for Amer- 
ican manufacturers in China, (in Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Jon. 1906. no. 304, p. 
78-88.) 

Same. (In Manufactures Bureau. Trade 

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Blanton, Isaac. See Wlmberly, Louis, and 

other*. 
Blanton, John A. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2223, to increase 
pension of Blanton. May 22, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 4394, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2158. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 2223, to increase pension 
of Blanton. June 6, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4146, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2158. 

Blaatolds. See Pentatre mites. 

Blatchley, Aaron. See Juno, sloop. 

Blatchley, Martin. See Juno, sloop. 

Bfattids. See Cockroaches. 

Bleaching-powder. Smith, B. H. Report on 
insecticides, fungicides, and disinfectants 
[1905]; also Deterioration of bleaching pow- 
der. (In Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 99. 
1906. p. 26-35.) 
Same, separate. [1906.] 

Bledsoe, James P. 

Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 8682, to increase 
pension of Bledsoe. Jan. 28, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6822, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2602. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 8682, to increase pension of 
Bledsoe. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6754, 

Stat. L. v. 34, 



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59th Cong. 2d sees. In v 
pt. 2, p. 2602. 
Bledsoe, Rett. 
Loudenslagbr, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 990, to increasepen- 
sion of Bledsoe. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (K. rp. 
7650, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. E.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2668. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 990, to increase pension of 
Bledsoe. Feb. 11, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6613, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2668. 

Bledsoe, Smith. 

Louden sLA oer, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring 8. 1896, to pension 
Bledsoe. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 7651, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2670. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 1896, to pen- 
sion Bledsoe. Feb. 11, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6611, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2670. 



Bteecker, T. B., jr. See, as receiver, 
ship. 

Bleekman, Adelbert E. 

Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 20717, to increase 
pension of Bleekman. Jan. 7, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 5737, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2392. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 20717, to increase pen- 
sion of Bleekman. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 5336, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2392. 



Blessing, John G. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 3121, to increase 
pension of Blessing. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H» 
<* - Inv. D.f Stat. 



rp. 2056, 59th Cong. 1st e 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1653. 



McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 3121, to increase pen- 
sion of Blessing. Feb. 26, 1908. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1260, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1653. 

Blethen, Mrs. Mary R. 

Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 78, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Blethen. Jan. SO, 1966. 2 p. <S. rp, 
568, 59th Cong. 1st seas. £n v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1537. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 78, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Blethen. Feb. 14, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1242, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1637. 

Blevins, Elisha. Court or Claims. Findings in 
case of Elisha Blevens [Blevins]. Feb. 4, 
1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 684, 59th Cong. 2d seas. 
In v. 53; 6156.) 

Blewett, William E. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 329, to in- 
crease pension of Blewett. Jan. 22,1906. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 300, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt 2, p. 1490. 

Smith, 8. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 329, to increase 
pension of Blewett. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 837, 50th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1490. 

Blight, Geerfe. See, as administrator, Aurora, 
ship. 

Blight, Peter. See Aurora, ship— little John 
Butler, brig. 

Blind. Census Bureau. Special reports: Blind 
and deaf, 1900. 1906. ix + 264 p. U. 4° 
See also Defective classes. 

Blind, Aid Association for. See District of Co- 
lumbia, Aid Association for BUad. 

Blinn, John L. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 15414, to increase 
pension of Blinn. Mar. 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 1847, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1814. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 15414, to increase pen- 
sion of Blinn. Apr. 3, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2356, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1814. 

Bliss, Cornelius E. 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 8348,- to increase pen- 
sion of Bliss. Feb. 11, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6623, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p72744. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 8348, to increase 



pension of Bliss. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H 
rp. 8002, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2744. 



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Bliss, James W. 

Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 2175, to increase pension of 
Bliss, alias James Warren. Jan. 25, 1907. lp. 
(8. rp. 6408, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2319. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 2175, to in- 
crease pension of Bliss, alias James Warren. 
Jan. 8, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 5909, 59th Cong. 
2d seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2319. 

Bliss, Tasker Howard. See, as commanding 
general, Mindanao, Department of— as gov- 
ernor, Xoto Province. 

Bliss- Lea vitt torpedoes. See Torpedoes. 

Block, Carl W. 
Hoixiday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 6178, to in- 
crease pension of Block. Jan. 29, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 594, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1584. 
McCumbbb, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 6178, to increase pension 
of Block. Feb720, 1906. I p. (S. rp. 1120, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1584. 

Block-signals. 

I NT* ESTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. Report 

on block-signal systems and appliances for 
automatic control of railway trains. Feb. 23, 
1907. 77 p. 16 il. (S. doc. 342, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 5; 6072.) 
Mann, J. R, Report from Committee on Inter- 
state and Foreign Commerce, amending H. 
J. R. 153, directing Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission to investigate and report on block 
signal systems and appliances for automatic 
control of railway trains. June 1, 1906. 9 p. 
(H. rp. 4037, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 
4908.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 838. 
Blocksom, Augustus Perry. See, as inspector- 
general, Inspector-General's Department. 

Blodgett, Edward T. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 7064, to pension Blodgett. 
Jan. 28, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5594, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2696. 

Chancy, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 7064, to pension 
Blodgett. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 7834, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2696. 
Blodgett, Ethan. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 8556, to increase pension 
of Blodgett. Feb. 27, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1346, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt.,2, p. 1602. . , 

Sulloway, C. A, Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 8556, to increase 
pension of Blodgett. Jan. 29, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 630, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. h. v. 34, pt. 2, p.1602.. 

Blodgett, Mrs. Laura A. 
Burnham, II. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 1487, to 
increase pension of Mrs. Blodgett. Jan. 15, 
1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 172, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1503. 



Blodgett, Mrs. Laura A.— Continued. 
Lindsay, G. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 1467, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Blodgett. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p.. 
(H. rp. 893, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1503. 

Blood, Charles S. Clark, Frank. Report from 
Committee on Claims, amending H. 2702, for 
relief of Blood. Apr. 16, 1906. 8 p. (H. rp. 
3284, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) 

Blood. 

Bolton, B. M. Bacteriolytic power of blood 
serum of hogs [with bibliography]. Mar. 12, 
1907. 62 p. 4 il. (Animal Industry Bureau. 
Bulletin 95.) 

Kastle, J. H., and Amoss, H. L. Variations in 
peroxidase activity of blood in health and dis- 
ease. Aug. 1906. 26 p. (Hygienic Labora- 
tory. Bulletin 31.) 

Stctt, E. R. Study of blood in dengue fever 
with particular reference to differential count 
of leucocytes in diagnosis of disease. (In 
Philippine journal of science, June, 1906. 
Manila, 1906. v. 1, no. 5, p. 613-522, 4 il.) 

Wood, H. C, and Hott, D. M. Research upon 
action of alcohol upon circulation. 1905. p. 
39-70, 3 il. 3 pi. 4° (National Academy of 
Sciences. Memoirs, v. 10, no. 3.) 
Bloom, J. M. Simmons, F. M. Report from 
Committee on Post-Offices and Post-Roads, 
amending S. 7651, for relief of Bloom. Feb, 4, 
1907. 2 p. (8. rp. 6018, 59th Cong. 2d sees. 
In v. C.) 
Bloomer, Daniel. 

Chanby, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 12825, to increase 
pension of Bloomer. Feb. 19, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 1402, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1748. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 12825, to increase 
pension of Bloomer. Mar. 20, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 1920, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1748. 
Bloomfield, Ky. Kennedy, J. L. Report from 
Committee on War Claims, submitting H. R. 
227, to refer H. 6677, for relief of Baptist 
Church, Bloomfield, to Court of Claims. Feb. 
6, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 1023, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. B.) 
Blossom, William A. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 14454, to increase pen- 
sion of Blossom. Apr. 2, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2257, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1806. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 14454, to in- 
crease pension of Blossom. Mar. 5, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1841, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1806. 
Blossom, brig. Court op Claims. Conclusions 
of law and fact in French spoliation cases relat- 
ing to brig, John Moore, master. Dec. 3, 1906. 
2 p. (H. doc. 42, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
47; MM.) . • 

Blount County, Ala. Smith, W. G:, and 
1 Meeker, F. N. Soil survey of ceontr. 180*. 
22 p. 111. map. 

- Same. (In 8oils Bureau. Field op- 
erations, 1905. 1907. 'p. 407-424, 1 il. map in 
atlas.) 



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BLOW — BOCA BNGANO, POET 



Blow, George P. See, as member of board at 
visitor*, Naval Academy. 

Blue book. See Interior Department, Register. 

Blue Earth County, Minn. Bennett, H. H., 
and Hurst, L. A. Soil survey of county. 
Oct. 9, 1907. 55 p. 1 il. map. 
Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field opera- 
tions, 1906. 1908 [-09]. p. 813-863, 1 il. map 
in atlas.) 

Blue-grass seed. Plant Industry Bureau. 
Seeds of blueg raoooo : Germination, growing, 
handling, and adulteration of bluegrass seeds, 
by Edgar Brown; Descriptions of seeds of 
commercial bluegrasses and their impurities, 
byF.H.Hillman. Nov. 14, 1905. 38p.35il. 
(Bulletin 84.) 

See also Adulterations. 
Blue Mountain Forest Association. Corre- 
spondence [with Interior Department] in rela- 
tion to proposition of association to sell to 
Government herd of pure blooded American 
bison, formerly property of Austin Corbin and 
bow ranging in Corbin Park, Newport, N. H. 
{In Interior Dept. Report of Secretary, 1905. 
1905. p. 284-286.) 

Same. (In Interior Dept. Report*, 1905, Sec- 
retary and bureau officers, etc. 1905 [1906]. 
p. 285-287.) 
Blue Mountains forest reserve. 

President op United States. Blue Moun- 
tains foest reserve, Oreg., proclamation. [Mar. 
15,1906.] [2] p. map,f° 

Same. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 319*; 

3195, map.) 

Blue Mountains forest reserve (to include 

and supersede Maury Mountain forest reserve], 
Oreg., 2d proclamation. [Mar. 2, 1907.] [2] 
p. map, f° 

Same. (In But. L. v. 34, pt. 3, p. 3902, 

map.) 

Blue Ridge Mountains. Pbalen, W. C. Cop- 
per deposits near Luray, Va. (In Geological 
Survey. Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 140-143.) 
Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to copper, [calendar year] 1905.) 

Blue Sulphur Springs, W. Va. See Allegheny 
College. 

Blue vitriol. See Copper sulphate. 

Bluefield, W. Va. Scott, N. B. Report from 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, 
favoring S. 102, for public building in Blue- 
field. Jan. 18, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 237, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. Iu v. 1; 4804.) 

Bluefields Steamship Company. Nicaragua. 
Amended steamship contract [between Nica- 
raugua and company}. (In American Re- 
publics Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1906. 
v. 22, p. 1388-90.) 

Blunt, Stanhope English. See, as president of 
board, Sights. 

Blunt, William T. See, as engineer, Sandusky, 
Ohio— Toledo, Ohio. 

Bluthardt, Theodore J. Barmen. (In Com- 
mercial relations, 1905. 1906. p. 420, 421.) 

Bly, James E. Navy Department. Estimate 
of appropriation for Bureau of Supplies and 
Accounts [to pay Bly]. Feb. 16, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 730, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 53; 
5156.) 



Blye, Warren A. 
Akibr, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 3425, to increase pension of 
Blye. Feb. 20, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1187, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1572. 

Surra, 8. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 3425, to increase 
pension of Blye. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
754, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1572. 

Blyth, Harry M. Mauritius. (In Commercial 
relations, 1905. 1906. p. 369, 370.) 

Blyth, Thomas. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 603, to increase 
pension of Blyth. Mar. 13, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2263, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1773. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 603, to increase pension 
of Blyth. Apr. 9, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 2530, 
59tb Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1773. 

Board. See name of board or subject with which 
board has to do. 

Boardman, William. See John, brig. 

Board man, William H. See Jeremiah, schooner— ► 
Vary, schoon er — Polly, brig, Waters, master. 

Board of health. See Public heattk. 

Boards of trade. See Commercial associa- 
tions—name of place where located. 

Boat-racing. 

Commerce and Labor Department,. Rules 
and regulations for patrol of course, German- 
American yacht races, 1906. Aug. 25, 1906. 
2 p. 4° (Dept. circular 127; Bureau of Navi- 
gation.) 

— — i- Rules and regulations tor patrol of Hudson 
River, National Motor Boat Carnival course, 
Sept. 10-15, 1906, Aug. 24, 1906. 1 p., 4° 
(Dept. circular 125; Bureau of Navigation.) ' 

Rules and regulations for patrol of Middle 

States Regatta Association course "[George- 
town, D. C] Sept 3, 1906. Aug. 27, 1906. 
1 p. 4° (Dept. circular 128; Bureau of Navi- 
gation.) 

Boats. Navigation Bureau, Navy Dept. Boat- 
book, Navy; by Board (for Revision of Serv- 
ice Brill-Books]. Naval Institute, Annapolis, 
Md., 1905. 170 p. ii. 16° 
See also Motor -boats— Steamboats. 

Boatwright, Mrs. L. E. Clayton, H. D. Re- 
port from Committee on War Claims, aubsait- 
ting H. R. 189, to refer H. 1376, for relief of 
Mrs. Boatwright, to Court of Claims. Jan. 24, 
1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 539, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
tA v. A.) 

Bob-white. Judd, S. D. Bobwhite and other 
quails of United States in their economic rela- 
tions. 1905. 66 p. 10 il. 2 pi. (Biological 
Survey Bureau. Bulletin 21.) 
See also Quail disease. 

Boca Engaflo, Port. Coast and Geodetic Sur- 
vey. Port Boca Engafio, east coast of Burias, 
from Spanish survey m 1893. Scale 1:10,000. 
9.2 X 9.2 in. (On Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Burias and Ticao islands and Ragay Gulf; 
chart 4454. May, 1906, first published 1904.) 



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Bocas del Toro, Panama. Kellogg, J. C. Com- 
' mercial conditions at Bocas del Toro. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly bul- 
letin. 1906. v. 23, p. 699, 700.) 

Bock, Oscar. Nuremberg. (In Commercial re- 
lations, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 571-573.) 

Bocoskey, Michael. 
Lonqworth, Nicholas. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending H. 18791, topen- 
sion Bocoskey. Dec. 13, 1906. 2 p. (B. rp. 
5432, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2369. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18791, to pension Bocos- 
key. Jan. 22, 1907. 2 p. (8. rp. 5250, 59th 
Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2369. 

Bode, William. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 8649, to increase 
pension of Bode. Jan. 20, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 366, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) Stat. 
L\ v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1603. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 8649, to increase pension of 
Bode. Feb. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 876, 59th 
Cong: iBt Bess. Inv.B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1603. 

Bodenhamer, deorge W. 
Holuday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 2985, to increase 
pension of Bodenhamer. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 3490, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. P.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1923. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 2985, to increase pen- 
sion of Bodenhamer. Apr. 9, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 2402, 69th Cong. 1st seas. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1923. 

Bodkin, Mrs. Elfzabeth. 
Chanbt, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 12415, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Bodkin. Mar. 20, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 2462, 69th Cong. 1st seas. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1890. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 12415, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Bodkin. Apr. 16, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
2577, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1890. 

Bodley, Levi N. 
Aloer, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring Hi 10564, to increase pension of 
Bodley. Feb. 27, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1359, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1615. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 10564, to in- 
crease pension of Bodley. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 787, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1616. 

Boepple, Mrs. Nathalla. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 5708, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Boepple. May 7, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 3358, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2131. 
Chanky, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 5708, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Boepple. May 29, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 4525, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. BT.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2131. 



Boeach, Henry. See, as secretary of board of ex- 
aminers, District of Columbia, Steam en- 
gineers. 

Boesewetter, Otto. 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 4222, to pension 
Boesewetter. Apr. 30, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 
3170, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1964. 

Weisse, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 4222, to pension 
Boesewetter. Feb. 12, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
1166, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1964. 

Boettcher, Mrs. Ulrlcke, misprint. See Bottcher, 
Mrs. TJlrika. 

Boeuf River. Hoffman, G. M. Improvement of 
Bayou Bartholomew, Boeuf River, Tensas 
River, and Bayou Macon, and bayous D'Ar- 
bonne and Corney, La. [1905]. (In Engineer 
Dept. Report, 1905. 1906. pt 2, p. 1538- 
43.) 

— - Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of riven and waterways in Loui- 
siana, Texas, Arkansas, Indian Territory, and 
Mississippi tributary to Mississippi River, 

1905. ) 

Same [19061. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 

1906. 1906. pt. 1, p. 1368-72.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon im- 
provement of Red River below Fulton, Ark., 
and of rivers and waterways in Louisiana, 
Arkansas, and Mississippi tributary to Missis- 
sippi River, 1906.) 

Bogan, Patrick. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 16439, to in- 
crease pension of Bogan. Jan. 28, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 6787, 59th Cong. 2d Bees. In v. V.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2614. 

Smoot, Rbed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 16439, to increase pension 
of Bogan. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6810, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2614. 

Bogart, Sarah S. See Vavghas, William H., and 
ethers. 

Boger, Ernst. 
Lonqworth, Nicholas. Report from Com* 
mittee on Pensions, amending H. 21312, to 
increase pension of Boger. Jan. 24, 1907. 
2 p. (H. rp. 6675, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In w 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2501. 

Piles, 8. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 21312, to increase pension of 
Boger. Feb. 6, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 6274, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2501. 

Boger, Joseph R. 

Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 7416, to increase 
pension of Boger. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
* " " In v. C.) Stat. 



rp. 6269, 59th Cong. 2d 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2462. 

McCrjMBER, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7416, to increase pension 
of Boger. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6142, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In V. C.J Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2462. 



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Bogert, Edward Stron a, jr. Report on physical 
training at Naval Academy. (In Medicine 
and Surgery Bureau. Report, 1905. 1905. 
p. 171, 172.) 
Boggs, Albert W. 

Burkett, £. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 17394, to increase pen- 
sion of Boggs. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6890, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2616. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 17394, to increase 
pension of Boggs. Jan. 28, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6829, 69th Cong. 2d seas. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. S4, pt. 2, p. 2616. 
Boggs, James A. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 14678, to pension 
Boggs. Apr. 30, 1906. 2_p. (H. rp. 3645, 
69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2082. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 14678, to pension Boggs. 
May 21, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3667, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2082. 
Boggs, Oliver S. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 7476, to increase pen- 
sion of Boggs. Feb. 11, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6552, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p/2712. 

Calderhkad, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7476, to in- 
crease pension of Boggs. Feb. 19, 1907. l_p. 
(H. rp. 7872, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2712. 
Boggs, Rebecca L. See Wlmberly, Louis, and 

others. 
Bogia, Benjamin D. 

Deemer, Ellas. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 12727, to increase 
pension of Bogia. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3443, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1986. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring B*. 12727, to increase pension of 
Bogia. May 7, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3429, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1986. 

Bogue, Ernest E. Annual rings of tree growth. 
( In Monthly weather review, June, 1906. Aug. 
26, 1905. v. 33, p. 260, 251.) 

Bogue, Michael. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7505, to increase 
pension of Bogue. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7071, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2453. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring S. 7505, to increase pension of 
Bogue. Jan. 14, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 4970, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2453. 

Bogue. See name of bogue. 

Bohannan, Mrs. Martha L. 
Loudenslagbb, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 8263, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bohannan. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 7671, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2742. 



Bohannan, Mrs. Martha L.— Continued. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 8263, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Bohannan. Feb. 11, 1907. 1 p. . (S. rp. 
6601, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) Stat t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2742. 

Bohemia. 

Lbdoux, U. J. Bohemian commerce, value of 

trade and how to secure it. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 163-155.) 
— Bohemia's trade, advice and admonition 

for manufacturers. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. May, 1907. no. 820, p. 16-18.) 
Industrial activity in Bohemia. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 1906. no. 

308, p. 105, 106.) 
Industries of Bohemia. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Dec. 1906. no. 316, p. 86,36.) • 
Modern Bohemia. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 91, 92.) 
T wells, J. S. Industrial Bohemia. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 321. p. 

24, 26.) 

See also Reichenberg, North Bohemia Indus- 
trial Exposition, 1908 — Weaving. 

Bohlen, John, and others. See Little John But- 
ler, brig. 

Bohn, Christopher. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 6511, to increase pen- 
sion of Bohn. Apr. 9, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
2470, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1779. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 5511, to increase 
pension of Bohn. Mar. 12, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2190, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1779. 

Bohol Island. Coast and Geodetic Subvet. 
Panay, Negros, and Cebu, with parts of Bohol 
and Masbate, P. I.; chart 4718. Mercator 
projection. Dec. 1906, first published 1904. 
39.8 X 30.5 in. 

Boilers. See Steam-boilers— Steamboat-Inspec- 
tion Service. 

Bois Blanc Island. Northern and North- 
western Lakes Subvet. Chart of LeeChe- 
neaux Islands, and northeasterly approaches 
to Straits of Mackinac from Beaver Tail Reef 
to St. Martin Bay, including Mackinac and 
Round islands and northerly shore of Bois 
Blanc Island. Scale 1:40,000. Mar. 14, 1907. 
28.3 X 41.4 in. 

Boise, Idaho. 
Hbvburn, W. B. Report from Committee on 
Public Buddings and Grounds, favoring S. 
1365, for elevator in public building at Boise. 
Jan. 18, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 251, 69th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 1; 4904.) 
Land Office, General. Boise and vicinity 
[map]. Scale m.=0.85 in. 5.5 X 6.5 in. 
(On Land Office, General. State of Idaho 
[with plans of cities]. 1906.) 

Boise Barracks. 
Medical Department, Army. Specifications 
for plumbing and electric wiring in post hos- 
pital at Boise Barracks, Idaho. [1905.] 
8 p. 12° 

Specifications of material and labor required 

in construction of post hospital at Boise Bar- 
racks, Idaho. [1905.] 31 p. 12" 



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Boise Barracks— Continued. 

Quartermaster's Department. Specifications 
for hot-water heating post hospital at Boise 
Barracks, Idaho. [1906.] 10 p. 12° . 
Boislandry, Robert C. See lair Colombian, 

brig. 
Bokart, John. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 4884, to in- 
crease pension of Bokart. Jan. 20, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 402, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1526. 

MoCumbbr, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 4884, to increase pen- 
sion of Bokart. Feb. 6, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
723, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1526. 
Bole, Henry D. 

Deemer, Ellas. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 20283, to in- 
crease pension of Bole. Jan. 14, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 6348, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2577. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 20283, to increase pension of 
Bole. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6198, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2577. 
Bolen, Enoch. 

Alobr, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 11343, to increase pension of 
Bolen. Feb. 27, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1351, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1621. 

Sullowat, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 11343, to in- 
crease pension of Bolen. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 778, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1621. 

Boles, William T. A. H. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 16186, to in- 
crease pension of Boles. Apr. 10, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 3129, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2022. 

Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 16186, to increase pension of 
Boles. Apr. 30, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3236, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2022. 
Bolinger, Benjamin. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18761, to increase pen- 
sion of Bolinger. Jan. 22, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
5252, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2369. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 18761, to increase 



pension of Bolinger. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5129, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2369. 



Bolivar, Tenn. Court of Claims. Findings in 
case of Baptist Church, Bolivar. Feb. 1, 1906. 
2 p. (S. doc. 181, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
5; 4018.) 

Bolivar Lodge 137, F. A. M., Stevenson, Ala. 
Court of Claims. Findings. Dec. 10, 1906. 
2 p. (S. doc. 112, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 3; 
5070.) 



Bolivia. 

Constitution [Oct. 17, 1880]. (In American 
Republics Bureau. American constitutions. 
July, 1905, [published] 1907. v. 2, p. 413- 
452.) [Spanish and English.] 

Customs tariff, act of Dec. 31, 1905 [with index, 
translation of law]. (In American Republics 
Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1906. v. 22 p. 
1605-79.) 

Grants of public lands [translation of law]. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly bul- 
letin. 1906. v. 22, p. 95-97.) 

Immigration law promulgated Mar. 18, 1907 
[translation of law], fin American Republics 
Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1907. v. 24, p. 
1101-05.) » 

Mining regulations [translation of decree]. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly bul- 
letin. 1907. v. 24, p. 1339-43.) 

New monetary law [translation of law]. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly, bul- 
letin. 1907. v. 24, p. 105-109.) 

Revision of export duties [copy of law; trans- 
mitted by W. B. Sorsby]. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Mar. 1906. no. 306, p. 205, 206.) 

Stamp taxes on alcoholic liquors [decree, trans- 
lation]. (In American Republics Bureau. 
Monthly bulletin. 1906. v. 22, p. 1057-61.) 

Calder6n, Ignacio. Resources and general' 
conditions [of Bolivia]. (In American Re- 
publics Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1907. v. 
24, p. 832-837, 1 por.) 

Crespo, L. S. [Economic description of] Bo- 
livia. (In American Republics Bureau. 
Monthly bulletin. -1906. v. 23, p. 1461-74.) 

Great Britain. Bolivia. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 22-24.) 
[Extracts from British reports.] 

Hutchinson, Lincoln. Republic of Bolivia. 
(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1906. 
no. 307, p. 3-11.) 

Sorsby, W. B. Bolivia. (In Commercial rela- 
tions, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 166, 166.) 

Bolivia, foreign trade. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 321, p. 82.) 

Railway extensions, new Bolivian contract. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1906. 
no. 309, p. 218, 219.) 

State Department. Bolivia. (In State Dept. 
Foreign relations, 1905. 1906. p. 94-96.) 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1909. pt. 1, p. 

106-108.) 

See also American Republics Bureau— India- 
rubber— Tin. 

Boll-weevils. See Mexican cottsn-boll weevils. 

Boll-worms. Bishopp, F. C, and Jones, C. R. 
Cotton bollworm, summary of its life history 
and habits, with some results of investigations 
in 1905 and 1906. May 10, 1907. 32 p. 4 il. 
(Entomology Bureau; Agriculture Dept., 
Farmers' bulletin 290.) 

Bollard, Walter Delafield. 

Dice, Charles. Report from Committee on 
Naval Affairs, favoring H. 7741, waiving age 
mission to Pay Corps, Navy, in case 



limit for admission 
of Bollard. Jan. 29, 1907. 2p 
69th Cong. 2d 
pt. 2, p. 2657. 



(S. rp. 6642, 
Inv.B.)' Stat. L. v. 34, 



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Bollard, Walter Delafield— Continued. 

Meyer, Abolph. Report from Committee on 
Naval Affairs, amending H. 7741, waiving age 
limit for admission to Pay Corps, Navy, in case 
of Bollard. Mar. 24, 1906. 2 p. (H.rp.2664, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2657. 
Bolles, Enoch. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 6145, to increase 
pension of Bolles. Jan. 30, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6962, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2427. 

Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 6145, to increase pen- 
sion of Bolles. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
4750, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2427. 

Bolley, Henry L. Flax culture: extracted from 
report of Bolley by William L. Marcy. Feb. 
28, 1907. 36 + ii P- H il. (Plant Industry 
Bureau; Agriculture Dept., Farmers' bulletin 

274.) 

Bollinger, Henry G. Bradley, T. W. Report 
from Committee on Invalid Pensions, amend- 
ing H. 5917, to increase pension of Bollinger. 
Feb. 26, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 1779, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. C.) 

Bolshaw, Joseph. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. €714, to increase pension 
of Bolshaw. Dec. 17, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
4676, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2282. 

Chanby, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 6714, to increase 
pension of Bolshaw. Jan. 8, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6023, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2282. 

Bolster, David P. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 9, to increase 
pension of Bolster. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 807, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1482. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 9, to increase pension 
of Bolster. Jan. 15, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 180, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1482. 
Bolster, Roy Hale. See, as joint author, Parker, 

Horatio Newton. 
Bolt, Mrs. Larsey. 
Aiken, Wyatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19130, to increase pen- 



sion of Mrs. Bolt. May 17, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4247, 69th Cong. Is 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2207 



1906. 1 p. 
In v. G.) 



Stat. 



Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19130, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bolt. June 23, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 4377, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2207. 

Bolt, Mrs. Martha Jane. 

Loudenslaoeb, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 6187, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bolt. June 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4805, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2143. 



Bolt, Mrs. Martha Jane— Continued, 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 6187, to increase pen- 



sion of Mrs. Bolt. May 22, 1906. lp. (S. rp. 
3735, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2143. 

Bolton, Benjamin M. Bacteriolytic power of 
blood serum of hogs fwitfc bibliography]. 
Mar. 12, 1907. 62 p. 4 it. (Animal Industry 
Bureau. Bulletin 95.) 

Bolton, W. von, and Peuerlein, O. Tantalum 
lamp [translation]. (In Smithsonian Institu- 
tion. Report, 1905. 1906. p. 129-140, 9 il.) 
[From Electrician, v. 54, no. 15, Jan. 27, 1905.J 

Same, separate. 1907. p. 129-140, 9 il. 

(Smithsonian Institution. [Publication] 167L) 

Boltz, Ephraim M. 

Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 5050, to increase 
pension of Bolte. Jan. 28, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6816, 59th Cong. 2d seea. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2598. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 5050, to increase pension of 
Boltz. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6731, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. £. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2598. 

Bomb calorimeter. See Calorimeter, 
Bombay, India. Dents ison, E. H. Bombay, 

imports. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 59-61.) 
Bomberger, Emanuel. See Williams, B. W., 

and others. 
Bombs. See Projectiles. 
Bombycids. See Moths. 

Bonaparte, Charles Joseph. See, as adminis- 
trator, Brothers, schooner — -Eleanor, brig — 
Pair Columbian, brig— as Secretary, Navy De- 
partment. 

Bond, E. R. See HoDonald, John H., and others. 
Bond, Prank. See, as member, Geographic 

Board — as chief of Drafting Division, Land 

Office, General. 

Bond, James. 

Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, amending H. 20683, to 
increase pension of Bond. Dec. 11, 1906. 2p. 
(H. rp. 5395, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2392. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 20683, to increase pension of 
Bond. Jan. 26, 1907. lp. (S. rp. 5370, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. Inv.B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2392. 

Bond, Lawrence. See, as administrator, Vary, 
schooner. 

Bond, Nathan. See Mary, schooner. 

Bond, Paul Stanley. 
Annual report upon improvement of Erie Har- 
bor, Pa., and of rivers and harbors in western 
New York, 1905. See Adams, Henry Hartyn. 

Annual report upon improvement of harbors on 
Lake Ontario and of St. Lawrence River and 
harbors thereon, N. Y., 1905. See Adams, 
Henry Hartyn. 

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Bonded warehouses. •' ■ ■ t 

Needham, J. C. Report from Committee on 

Ways and Mean*, amending H. 381, to amend 

sec. 2982, Revised statutes, in reference to 

sale of supplies to [foreign] vessels of war. 

Feb. 14, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 1299, 59th Cong. 

1st seas. In v. 1; 4906.) 
Treasury Department. Regulations relating 

to establishment of bonded warehouses. July 

20, 1906. 8 p. 4* (Dept. circular 80, 1905; 

Division of Customs.) 
Withdrawal of merchandise from bonded 

warehouses. Sept. 15, 1906. 1 p. 4° (Dept. 

circular 85, 1906; Division of Customs.) 
See also Spirits. 
Bonds. See Bonds of United States— Municipal 

bonds — Philippine Islands — Porto Kieo — 8hi>- 

pin*. 

Bonds of officers, etc. 

Department Methods Committee. Report on 
official bonds. [Jan. 7, 1907.] 11 p. 4° 

Treasury Department. Rulee regulating ex- 
ecution of official bonds required by law to be 
approved by Secretary of Treasury. Dec. 8, 

1905. 2 p. 4» (Dept. circular 116, 1905; 
Division of Appointments.) 

See also Commerce and Labor Department — Dis- 
trict of Columbia, Contracts— District of Co- 
lumbia, Weights and measures— Guaranty 
companies — Shipping commissioners — South 
Carolina. 
Bonds of United States. 

Comptroller of Currency. Annual report 
[for year ended Oct. 31, 1905]. Dec. 4, 1905. 
59 p. (Tress. Dept. doc. 2409.) [Title is 
Text of annual report.] 

Same. (In Treasury Dept. Report, 1905. 

1906. p. 377-431.) 

Same, with tables, etc. Dec. 4, 1905. 

765 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2410.) 
Same. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2410; H. doc. 

11, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 31; 4971.) 

Same [for year ended Oct. 31, 1906]. Dec. 

3, 1906. 79 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2452.) 

[Title is Text of annual report.] 
Same. (In Treasury Dept. Report, 1906. 

1906. p. 339-408.) 
Same, with tables, etc. Dec. 3, 1906. 

781 .p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2453.) 

Same. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2453; H. doc. 

11, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 27; 6130.) 

Government Actuary. Market prices and 
investment values of outstanding securities 
[of United States, June, 1905-May, 1907]. 
July 1, 1907-June 1, 1907. Each 2 p. 4° 
(Treasury Dept. Dept. circular 78, 84, 92, 
102, 109, 115, 1905; 2, 15, 25, 38, 43, 47, 59, 75, 
82, 91, 94, 99, 1906; 2, 7, 14, 23, 29, 34, 1907.) 
[Monthly.] 

Loans and Currency Division. Caveat list of 
United States registered bonds. July 1, 1905- 
June 1, 1907. Each 1 p. i" [Monthly.] 

Payne, S. E. Report from Committee on Ways 
and Means, favoring H. 16290, to modify act 
to promote education of blind [so as to post- 
pone until 1937 maturity of $250,000 of 4 per 
centum United States bonds held in trust for 
American Printing House for Blind], as sub- 
stitute for H. 15646. Mar. 13, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 2272, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 
4908.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 460. 



Bonds of United States— Oontinusd, i 
Register or Treasury. Annual report, 1905. 

1905. 23 p. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2407.) 

' — - Same. (In Treasury Dept. Report, 1905. 

1906. p. 433-463.) 

Same, 1906. 1906. 25 p. (Treas. Dept. 

doc. 2439.) 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1906. p. 409- 

429.) 

Assignment of United States registered 

bonds. May 6, 1907. 1 p. 4° (Treasury 

Dept. Dept. circular 30, 1907.) 
Treasurer of United States. Notice to 

holders of bonds issued by government of. 

Philippine Islands. Oct. 4, 1907. [2] p. 

oblong 12° 

. Treasury Department. Anticipation of in- 
terest on United States bonds. Dec. 5. 1906. 
1 p. 4° (Dept. circular 101, 1906; [Division 
of] Loans and Currency.) 

Inviting proposals for Panama Canal bonds. 

July 2, 1906. 2 p. 4° (Dept. circular 62, 
1906; [Division of] Loans and Currency.) 

Redemption of 4 per cent bonds of funded 

loan of 1907. Mar. 14, 1907. 1 p. 4° (Dept. 
circular 20, 1907; Division of Loans and Cur- 
rency.) 

Refunding and redemption of 4 per cent 

bonds of funded loan of 1907. Apr. 2, 1907. 
3 p. 4° (Dept. circular 25, 1907; Division of 
Loans and Currency.) 

To holders of United States 4 per cent con- 
sols of 1907, acts of July 14, 1870, and Jan. 20, 
1871, and 3 per cent bonds of 1908, act of June 
13,1898. Sept. 28, 1905. 3 p. 4» (Dept. circular 
100, 1905; [Division of] Loans and Currency.) 
Bondurant, E. P. See Hannah, B., and others. 
Bone, William H . 

Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 637, to increase 
pension of Bone. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 
5760, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2316. 

Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 637, to increase pension of 
Bone. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 6421, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2316. 
Bone-meal. 

Experiment Stations Office, Tankage and 
bone meal for hogs. (In Agriculture Dept. 
Farmers' bulletin 27G. Mar. 11, 1907. p. 21- 
24.^ [Compiled from Michigan station bul- 
letin 237 and Nebraska station bulletin 94.] 

Hopkins, C. G . Comparative value of ateamed 
bone meal and finely ground natural rock phos- 
phate. (In Chemistry Bureau. Bulletin 99. 
1906. p. 110, 111.) 
Bones. See Bone-meal— District of Columbia, 

Osteopathy— Osteoporosis — Sinopa. 
Boney, George H. 

Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 24028, to in- 
crease pension of Boney. Jan. 28, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 6758, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2780. 1 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen* 
sions, favoring H. 24028, to increase pension of 
Boney. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 7216, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2780. 



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Bongabon, P. I. Mbrbir, M. L., and Whit- 
ford, H. N. Preliminary working plan for 
public forest tract of Mindoro Lumber and 
Logging Company, Bongabon, Mindoro, P. I. 
Manila, 1906. 55 p. 14 pi. map. (Philippine 
Islands, Forestry Bureau. Bulletin 6.) 

Same, without plates and map. (In 

Philippine Commission. 7th report, 1906 
[with reports of departments, bureau officers, 
1906, etc.]. 1907. pt. 3, p. 679-708.) 

Same. (In Philippine Islands, For- 
estry Bureau. Bulletins and circulars on 
charcoal, lumber, and sawmills [in Philippine 
Islands].) 

Bongao, Port. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Port Bongao, from Spanish survey in 1873 and 
British survey in 1872. Scale 1 : 25,000. 12.3 
X 14.1 in. (On Coast and Geodetic Survey.. 
Tawitawi Group, Sulu Archipelago; chart 4514. 
Jan. 1906.) 

Bongo Island. Htdboobaphic Office. Ap- 
proaches to Rio Grande of Mindanao, P. I., in- 
cluding Polloc [or Palakl Harbor and Bongo 
Island, from survey in 1903 and 1904 by U. S. S. 
Samar, including survey of Polloc Harbor in 
1902 by U. S. S. Annapolis; chart 2055. Scale 
naat. m.— L.7 in. Oct. 1905. 29.6 X 29.9 in. 

Bon ham, Mrs. Marie a. 
Aiken, Wyatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 9351, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bonham. Feb. 1,1906. lp. (H. 
rp. 712, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1608. 
Ovbrman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 9351, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Bonham. Feb. 26, 1906. lp. (S. rp. 
1317, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1608. 

Bonham & Holt. Land Office, General. 
Sale of lands in New Mexico to Bonham and 
Holt for themselves and associates [report of 
investigation]. May 7, 1906. 14 p. (H. doc. 
780, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 

Bonin Islands. Hydroqraphic Office. Chichi 
Jima [or] Beechey Group, Ogasawara [or] Bonin 
or Arzobispo Islands, Japan, from survey by 
Japanese Geographical Department in 1881 and 
1882 and survey by U. S. 8. Vincennes in 1854, 
scale naut. m.=2.91 in.; with insets, Ogasa- 
wara Group, scale 1° long. =9.83 in.; Marcus 
Island, north Pacific Ocean, from survey in 
1902 by Wm. Alanson Bryan, scale naut. 
m.=3.9 in.; chart 1902. June, 1902, correc- 
tions, Nov. 1905. 37.1 X 24.9. 16 X 5.2, and 
9.1 X 7.5 in. 

Bonita Point. 
Commerce and Labor Department. Estimate 
of appropriation for lighUceepers' dwellings at 
Bonita Point and Cape Mendocino, Cal. Feb. 
13, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 719, 69th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. 53; 5156.) 
Perkins, G. C. Report from Committee on 
Commerce, amending S. 2275, for [light-] 
keeper's dwelling at Bonita Point, Cal. Jan. 
18, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 248, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 1; 4904.) 

Bonner, Mrs. Elizabeth A. 
Loudenslaqer, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 8144, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bonner. Feb. 19, 1907. l_p. 
(H. rp. 7664, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2738. 



Bonner, Mrs. Elizabeth A. — Continued. 
Overman, L. S. •Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 8144, to 
increase pension of Mrs. Bonner. Feb. 11, 
1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6573, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2738. 

Bonneterre, Mo. Geological Survey. Mis- 
souri, Bonneterre quadrangle, lat. 37° 45 / -38°, 
long. 90° 30 / -90° 45'. Scale 1:62,600, contour 
interval 20 ft. Edition of Sept. 1906. 17.5 X 
13.9 in. 

Bonnifield mining region. Prindle, L. M. 
Bonnifield and Kantishna regions, Alaska. 
(In Geological Survey. Bulletin 314. 1907. 
p. 205-226, map.) 

Same, separate. 

Bonny River. 

Hydroqraphic Office. Bonny and New Cal- 
abar rivers, Gulf of Guinea, west coast of 
Africa [from British surveys] 1881, 1904; chart 
2295. Scale naut. m.— 1.4 in. Oct. 1906. 
31 X 25.2 in. 

Bonny, New Calabar, and Sombrero rivers, 

Gulf of Guinea, west coast of Africa, from 
[British] sketch surveys 1886-1904; chart 2296. 
Scale naut. m.=0.65 in. June, 1906. 24.9 X 
18.7 in. 

Bonsall, Edward. Court of Claims. Findings 
in case of Georgiana Bonsall, widow of Edward 
Bonsall. Dec. 5, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 30, 
69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 6069.) 

Bonsteel, Frederick E., and others. Soil survey 
of Lauderdale County, Ala. 1906 [1906]. 21 
p. 1 il. map. 
Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field opera- 
tions, 1905. 1907. p. 389-405, 1 il. map in 
atlas. 1 

See also, as joint author, Gardner, Frank Duane. 
Bonsteel, Jay Allan. Use of soil surveys. (In 
Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1906. 1907. p. 
181-188.) 

Same, separate. 1907. iii + 181-188 p. (Soils 
Bureau.) 

with Fippin, E. O., and Carter, W. T., jr. 

Soil survey of Tompkins County, N. Y. 1906 
[1907]. 36 p. 1 il. map. 

Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field op 

erations, 1905. 1907. p. 39-70, 1 il. map in 
atlas.) 

Bonte-quagga. See Zebras. 

Bonynge, Mrs. Margaret. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 2785, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bonynge. May 21, 1906. lp. 
(8. rp. 3677, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2067. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 2785, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Bonynge. May 5, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 3828, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2067. 

Bonynge, Robert W., Representative from Colo- 
rado. See, for report from Committee on Im- 
migration and Naturalization, Immigration and 
Naturalization Bureau. For report from Com- 
mittee on Mines and Mining, see Mines and 
mining. For report from Committee on Pat- 
ents, see Trade-marks. For conference re- 
port, see Immigration and Naturalization 
Bureau. 



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Book Cliffs. 

Richardson, G. B. Book Cliffs coal field, be- 
tween Grand River, Colo., and Sunnyside, 
Utah. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 816. 
1907. p. 302-320, map.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions of eoal fields of Colorado and Utah, [cal- 
endar year] 1906.) 

Taff, J. A. Book Cliffs coal field, Utah, west of 
Green River. (In Geological Survey. Bul- 
letin 285. 1906. p. 289-302, map.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Investiga- 
tions relating to coal and lignite, [calendar 
year] 1905.) 

Bookbindings. Library op Congress. Ex- 
hibit of bookbindings prepared for Jamestown 
Exposition to illustrate work done at library. 
1907. 8 p. lpl. 16» 

Bookhammer, Mrs. Mary E. 
Dekmer, Eulas. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 19581, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Bookhammer. Jan. 7, 1907. 
2 p. (H. rp. 5876, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2570. 
McOumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19581, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bookhammer. Feb. 8, 1907. 2 p. 
(8. rp. 6464, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2570. 

Bookkeeping. Lespinasse, A. J. Bookkeep- 
ing; Immigrants [in Mexico]. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1906. no. 304, p. 162, 
163.) 

See also Treasury Department, Accounts. 
Bookkeeping and Warrants Division. 

Combined statement of receipts and disburse- 
ments, apparent and actual, of United States, 
1905. [1905.] 72 p. 4 e 

Same, with title, Combined statement of receipts 
and expenditures of Government, 1905. Dec. 
5, 1906. 73 p. 4« (H. doc. 55, 69th Cong. 1st 
seas. In v. 32; 4978.) 

Same, 1906. [1906.] 70 p. 4» 

Same, with title, Combined statement of receipts 
and expenditures of Government, 1906. Dec 
3, 1906. 71 p. 4- (H. doc. 152, 59th Cong. 
2d sees. In v. 28; 6131.) 

Comparative statement of receipts and expendi- 
tures of United States f July, 1905-June, 19071. 
Aug. 1, 1905-July 1, 1907. Each 1 p. oblong 8° 
[Monthly.] 

Digest of appropriations for 1906, and on account 
of deficiencies for prior years, made by 3d 
session of 58th Congress. 1905. 549 p. 4» 
(Treas. Dept. doc. 2398.) 

Same for 1907, made by 1st session of 59th Con- 
gress. 1906. 661 p. 4° 

Same for 1908, made by 2d session of 59th Con- 
gress. 1907. 679 p. 4° (Treas. Dept. doc. 
2466.) 

Statement of balances, appropriations, and ex- 
penditures of Government, 1905. 1905. 127 
p. 4° (Treas. Dept. doc. 2425.) 

Same, 1906. 1907. 117 p. 4° (Treas. Dept. 
doc. 2462.) 

Statement of Treasury, July 3, 1905-June 29, 
1907. Each [2] 1. 4* [Daily except Sundays 
and holidays; none issued July 1, 1905, nor 
July 2, 1906.) 



Bookkeeping and Warrants DMatan— Cont'd. 

Treasury Department. [Rules and regula- 
tions governing] Division of Bookkeeping and 
Warrants. Feb. 26, 1907. (In S. doc. 399, pt. 
1, p. 96-111, 59th Cong. 2d sees., in v. 26; 
8093.) 
Bookman, John W. 

Deem er, Euas. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 13417, to increase 
pension of Bookman. Feb. 20, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1526, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1753. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 13417, to increase pension 
of Bookman. Mar. 19, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1891, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1753. 
Books. Prints Division. Noyes collection of 
Japanese prints, drawings, etc., presented by 
Crosby Stuart Noyes. 1906. 32 p. 

Same. (In Library of Congress. Report of 

librarian, 1906. 1906. p. 141-170.) 

See also Copyright— Forest Service— Library and 
Naval War Records Office — Reference books. 
Bookselling. See Copyright. 

Bool, Jacob. See, as administrator, Williams, 
B. W., and others. 

Boon, Robert. 

Aiken, Wyatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 4216, to increase pen- 
sion of Boon. Jan. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 

In v. A?) Stat. L. 



171, 59th Cong. 1st i 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1442. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring 11. 4216, to increase pen- 
sion of Boon. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
348, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 8tat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1442. 

Boone, Mrs. Annie L. 
Bcrnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10935, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Boone. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
>. 6772, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
',. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2606. 

DrxoN, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 10935, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Boone. Feb. 2, 1907. 
2 p. (H. rp. 7149, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v, 
D?) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2606. 

Boonsboro, Md. Court of Claims. Finding* 
in case of trustees of United Brethren Church, 
Boonsboro. Feb. 8, 1907. 2 p. (S. doc. 296, 
69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 5; 5072.) 

Booth, Mrs. Cora Allie. 
Richardson, William. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending H. 5497, to pension 
Mrs. Booth. Feb. 7, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 
7314, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2563. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 5497, to pension Mrs. Booth. 
Feb. 18, 1907. 2 p. (8. rp. 6735. 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2563. 

Booth, Emily W. See Vanghan, William H., 
and others. 

Booth, Penton W. See, as judge, Court of 
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Booth, John W. 

Dbbmbb, Eli as. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 22222, to in- 
crease pension of Booth. Jslb. 14, 1907 . 2 p. 
(H. rp. 6367, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2533. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report 'from Committee an 
Pensions, favoring H. 22222, to increase pen- 
sion of Booth. Feb. 6, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 

In v. C.) Stat. L. 



6247, 59th Cong. 2d 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2533. 
Booth, William. 
Calderhbad, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7567, to in- 
crease pension of Booth. Feb. 19, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 7892, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2717. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending 6. 7567, to increase pension of 
Booth. Jan. 28, 1907. 2 p. (6. rp. 6610, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. t. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2717. 
Booth, William. See Boelnson, Kit. C. L., and 
others. 

Boots and shoes. See Shoes. 
Boozer, A. Earl. 

Fulton, C. W. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoring H. 7746, for relief of Columbia 
Hospital [Columbia, S. C] and Boozer. Jan. 
31, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 5786, 59th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2660. 

Kitchin, Claude. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoring H. 7746, for relief of Columbia 
Hospital [Columbia, S. C] and Boojsct. May 
14, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 4187, 69th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2660. 
Borax. Yale, C. G. Production of borax, [cal- 
endar year] 1904. 1905. 14 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1904. 1906. p. 1*17-28.) 

Same, 1905. 1906. 10 p. 

Same. {Tn same, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 

1091-96.) 

Borbee, Mordicai B., misprint. See Batbee. 

Bordeaux, France. Murphy, D. I. Trade of 
Bordeaux; New road dust remedy. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 
316, p. 140, 141.) 

Bordeaux, International Maritime Exposi- 
tion, 1907. See Navigation. 

Bordeaux mixture. Shear, C. L. Cranberry 
spraying experiments in 1905. Feb. 7, 1906. 
8 p. 1 il. (Plant Industry Bureau. Bulletin 
100, pt. 1.) 

Same. (In Plant Industry Bureau. Bul- 
letin 100. Apr. 25, 1907. p. 7-12, 1 il.) 

Borden, B. P., jr. See Toms Brook. 

Bordentown, N. J. Geological Survey. New 
Jersey-Pennsylvania, Bordentown quadrangle, 
lat. 40°~t0° 15', long. 74° 3C-74 0 45'. Scale 
1:62,500, contour interval 10 ft. Edition of 
June, 1906. 17.5 X 13.5 in. 

Borderland Coal Company. Bartlett, C. L. 
Report from Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 17945, author 7 
izing company to construct bridge across Tug 
Branch of Big Sandy River [east of Nolan, 
W. Va.]. Apr. 10, 1906, 2 p. (H. rp. 8159, 
59th Cong, 1st sess. In v. 2; 4907.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 626. 



Bordewich, Henry. 
Christiania. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 
' 1907 [1908]. p. 628, 629.) 
Modern [Norwegian] whaling. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 
46-47.) 

Norway, curing of codfish. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 36, 36.) 
Norway, exports and imports. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 

160,161.) 

Norway [1905]. (In Commercial relations, 1905. 

1906. p. 461-464.) 
Same^H)6]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 

1 Norway,' to promote American trade. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1906. no. 
304, p. 196, 196.) 
Norwegian paper industry, (In Monthly cons'. 

and trade rp. Sept. 1906. no. 312, p. 144, 146.) 
Resources of Spitsbergen, (la Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 34, 35.) 

Boring. See Artesian wells. 

Boring insects. See Bark-see* ea — Oover-soot 
borers— Cotton stalk-b*rei«— BiidleeVeypress 
pln-bsrers — Leasee peach-borers — Locust- 
borers — Sugar-beet crown-borers — Sugar- 
cane borers — Willow-borers. 

Borneo. Pbuwinb Islands, Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey Bureau. Philippine Islands 
sailing directions, sec. 6 and 7; Mindoro Strait, 
Palawan Island, Sulu Sea and Archipelago 
[and part of northeast coast of Borneo]. 2d edi- 
tion. Manila, 1906. 230 p. 1 il. 
See also Orang-utans. 

Borneo, British North. See British North 
Borneo. 

Bornhotdt, Niels Peter A. 
Baltic commerce [Riga, Russia]. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. June, 1906. no. 309, p. 
74-76.) 

Riga. (In .Commercial relations, 1905. 1906. 
p. 470, 471.) 

Boro, James. Court of Claims. Findings in 
case of James and Mary Boro, heirs of James 
Boro. Jan. 11, 1907. 2 p. (S. doc. 210, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 4; 6071.) 

Borongan, P. I. Quartermaster's Depart- 
ment. . Estimate of. appropriation for rent of 
buildings occupied by* troops at Borongan. 
Mar. 13, 1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 617, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 49; 4989.) 

Bororos. Cool, W. A. BorortS Indians of Matto 
Grasso, Brazil. (Smithsonian Institution [pub- 
lication 1710}. In Smithsonian miscellaneous 
collections, v. 50. 1907. p. 48-62, 2 pL) 

Same, separate. May 1, 1907. p. 48-62, 

2 pi. (Smithsonian Institution. [Publica- 
tion] 1710.) 

Borseth, Peter. See, as district director of 2d 
district, Philippine Islands, Constabmlary Bu- 
reau. 

Bort. See Diamonds . 

Borthwick, Mrs. Isabel T. 
Samuel, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 3208, to pension Mrs. 
Borthwick. . Jan. 24, 1907. 3 p. (H. rp. 
6656, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Slat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2824. 



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Berth wick, Mrs. Isabel T.— Continued. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 3208, to pension Mrs. Borth- 
wick. Mar. 2, 1907. 3 p. (S. rp. 7337, 58th 
Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 2824. 

Bosch ke, A. Mahon, T. If. Report from Com- 
mittee on War Claims, favoring H. 16793, for 
. relief of Boechke. Jan. 9, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 
6058, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 

Boshea, Alexander. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 21119, to increase pension of 
Boshea, Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6388, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2398. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 21119, to increase 
pension of Boshea. Dec. 7, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 5212, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. S4> pt. 2, p. 2398. 

Bosque County, Tex. Manouk, A. W., and 
Cars, M. E. Soil survey of Waco area, Tex. 
1906. 37 p. 1 il. map. 
Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field op- 
erations, 1905. 1907. p. 567-599, 1 il. map in 
atlas.) 

Boss, Andrew. Meat on farm, butchering, curing, 
and keeping. Revised Sept. 1906. 1906. 
87 p. 35 fl. (Animal Industry Bureau; Agri- 
culture Dept., Farmers' bulletin 183.) 

Boss, Jeremiah, alias. See Ingalls, Jeremiah. 

Bossa, Ivory Coast- See Grand Berebt. 

Boston, Mass. 
Burr, Edward. Improvement of harbor at 
Boston, 1906. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 
1906. 1906. p. 879-886.) 

Same. (In his Annual report upon in*- 

provement of rivers and harbors in Vermont, 
in eastern Massachusetts, and in New York on 
Lake Champlain, 1906.) 
Enoisebr Department, Report of examina- 
tion of Allerton Point, Boston Harbor, Mass. 
Dec. 11, 1906. 4 p. (H. doc. 140, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 45; 4986.) 

Report of examination of Winthrop Head, 

Boston Harbor, Mass. Dec. 11, 1905. 5 p. 
(H. doc. 144, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 45; 
4*86) 

Reports of examination and survey of Dor- 
chester Bay and Neponaet River. Dec. 4. 
1906. 8 p. map. (B-. doc. 83, 59th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. 47; 61K>.) 

President op United Stateb. Executive 
order [classifying laborers, force in Customs 
Service at Boston and authorizing Secretary of 
Treasury, with approval of Civil Service Com- 
mission, to classify other Custom Service labor- 
ers in certain cases]. May 10, 1907. 1 p. f° 

Quartermaster's Department. Estimate of 
appropriation for target range at Boston. Jan. 
11, 1908. 2 p. (H. doc. 347, 59th Cong. 1st 
sees. In v. 46; 4086.) 

Stanton, W. 8. Improvement of harbor at 
Boston, Mass. [1905]. (In Engineer Dept. 
Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 815-324.) • 

— Santa. (In his Annual report ■ upon im- 
provement of rivers and harbors in Vermont, 
in eastern Massachusetts, and in New York on 
Lake Champlain, 1906.) 



Boston, Mass. — Continued. ^ • .* :<■■■■:- '* 
Winslow, C.-E. A., and Phelps, E> B. Inves- 
tigations on purification of Boston sewage made 
at Sanitary Research Laboratory and Sewage 
Experiment Station of Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology; with History of sewage-dis- 
posal problem [with bibliography]. 1906. 
163 + [I]p. 22 il. (Geological Survey. Water- 
supply and irrigation paper 185.) 

Same. (H. doc. 70, 69th Cong. 2d 

sess. In v. 63; 6166.) 
See also Atlantic Coast— Milk. 

Boston, U. S. S. See Yellow fever. 

Boston Bay. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Boston Bay and approaches, Mass.; chart 109. 
Scale 1:80,000. Aug. 1905, first published 
1872. 32.5 X 39.3 in. 

Boston Marine Insurance Company. See 
Amazon, ship — Ruby, brig. 

Bostwick, Frank Mattesou. See, as inspector, 
Light-House Board, Great Lakes. 

Bostwick, Joseph L. 
Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee ob 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 10623, to in- 
crease pension of Bostwick. Jan. 18, 1906. 

1 p. (H. rp. 285, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1«K. ' 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 10623, to increase pension of 
Bostwick. Feb; 13, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 896, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34. 
pi. 8, p. 1*16. 

Boswell, Alexander P. See tbx, Benjamin P., 
and others. 

Boswell, Mrs. Mima A, 
Aiken, Wyatt. Report from Committee .on 
Pensions/amending H. 18935, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Boswell. May 10, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 3984, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 'OF.) 
Stat. L. v. *i, p*. 2; p. 2109. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18935, to increase pen- 
' sion of Mrs. Boswell.' May 28, 1906. lp. (S. 
rp. 3904, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. 
E. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2109. 
Boswell, William H. Court of Clams. Find- 
ings. Dec. 10, UI06. 2 p. (H. doc. 232, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 49; 61S2.) 
Bosworth, Alfred W. D< j termination of acidity 
of cheese. (Id <'hciui>urv Bureau, Bulletin 
105. June 29, 1907. p. 110, 111.) 
Bosworth, Mrs. Alice. 
Chaney, J. C. .Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 6814, to pension 
; Mrs. Bosworth. Jan. 8, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
6027, 59th Coag. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2283. 
MeCuMBBR, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 6814, to pension Mrs. 
Bosworth. Dec. 10, 1906. 2 p. (S.rp. 4436, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat . L. v. 84, 
pt. 2, p/2283. 

Bosworth, Hannah. See Praitt, Robert, and 
' others. 

Bosworth, Thomas. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 16486, to in- 
crease ■pension of Bosworth. Apr. 7, 1906. 

2 p. (H. rp. 2974, 59th Gong. 1st sess. In v. 
E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2028. 

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Bosworth, Thomas— Continued. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 16486, to increase pen- 
sion of Bosworth. Apr. 30, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 3212, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2028. 

Bot-flies. Bakes, C. F. Occurrence of throat 
bot [gastrophilus nasalis L.J in Cuba. (In 
Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 67. Nov. 26, 
1907. p. 117.) 

Botany. 

Copeland, E. B. 1, Outline of year's course in 
botany; 2, Key to families of vascular plants in 
Philippine Islands. Manila, 1907. 34 p. 
(Philippine Islands, Education Bureau. Bul- 
letin 24.) 

Merrill, E. D. Index to Philippine botanical 
literature. (In Philippine journal of science, 
June, 1907. Manila, 1907. v. 2, no. 3, [series] 
C, p. 241-250.) 
See also Cells — (termination — Lamao forest re- 
serve — Plants — Plants, Fossil. 

Botany Division. See Plant Industry Bureau. 

Botany, Physiological. See Plant life. 

Boteler, Edward L. See Hodges, Joseph C, and 
others. 

Boteler, Hezekiah. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings in case of William E. Boteler, adminis- 
trator of Hezekiah Boteler. Dec. 6, 1906. 2p. 
(H. doc. 166, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 48; 
6161.) 

Boteler, W. E. See, as executor, Hodges, Joseph 

C, and others. 
Botkin, Theodosius. 

Island of Mauritius. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Feb. 1906. no. 305, p. 169, 170.) 

Mauritius. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
July, 1906. no. 310, p. 46, 47.) 
Botrter, Benjamin. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 12509, to increase pension of 
Botner. Apr. 3, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 2341, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1800. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 12509, to increase 
pension of Botner. Feb. 26, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 1757, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1800. 
Botaford, Edwin A. 

Aloer, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 2491, to increase pension of 
Botsford. Apr. 9, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 2446, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1776. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2491, to increase 
pension of Botsford. Mar. 13, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2268, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. V. 34, pt. 2, p. 1776. 
Bottcher, Mrs. Ulrika. 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, amending S. 675, to pension Mrs. 
Bottcher. Febi 13, -1906. 3 p. (S. rp. 964, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1637. 

Weisse, C. BL Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 675, to pension 
Mrs. Bottcher. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
1990, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1637. 
Bottineau, N. Dak. See Forests and forestry. 



Bottles. Jackson, G. H. Mechanically Mown 

flass. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 
906. no. 309, p. 108-110.) 
See also Spirits. 
Bottling works. See Beer and matt liquors. 
Bottoms, William F. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending BL 8048, to in- 
crease pension of Bottoms. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 793, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1691. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 8048, to increase pen- 
sion of Bottoms. Mar. '9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1591, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1691. 
Botts, Columbus. 
Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 1247, to increase 
pension of Botts. May 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
3817, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2065. 
Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 1247, to increase pension of 
Botts. May 21, 1908. lp. (S. rp. 3648, 69th 
Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2065. 
Boucher, Joseph H. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 3495, to pension 
Boucher. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 7717, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2676. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 3495, to pen- 
sion Boucher. Feb. 11, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6603, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2676. 
Bouden, Asher S. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 9051, to increase pension 
of Bouden. Feb. 15, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 992, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 84, 
pt. 2, p. 1605. 
Calderhbad, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 9051, to in- 
crease pension of Bouden. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 433, 59th Cong, let sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1605. 
Boudinot, Frank J. See, as memorialist, Chero- 
kee Indians. 

Boudreau, Wilfred J. Modern rice culture. (In 
Philippine Commission. 7th report, 1906 
[with reports of departments, bureau officers, 
1908, etc.]. 1907. pt 3, p. 427-438.) 
Same. (In Philippine Islands, Agriculture Bu- 
reau. Bulletins and circulars on agriculture 
in Philippines.) [This is Farmers' bulletin 3, 
Philippine Islands, Agriculture Bureau. Ap- 
peared separately in Document catalogue of 
the 58th Congress.] 

Boughman, Daniel. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 3738, to increase pen- 
sion of Boughman. Apr. 26, 1906. 1 p. <S. 

E. 2870, 59th Cong. 1st sess. Ib v. E:) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1866. 
Caldbrhxad, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, amending H. 8786, to in- 
crease pension of Boughman. Apr. 10, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 3150, 60th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1866. 



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Boughner, Qeorge W. 

Sullowat, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 22217, to in- 
crease pension of Boughner. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 

f. (EL rp. 5632, 68th Cong. 2d seas. In v. A.) 
tat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2533. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22217, to increase pen- 
sion of Boughner. Feb. 1,1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
5942, 69th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p72533. 

Boulder, Colo. 

Dixon, J. M. Report from Committee on Public 
Lands, amending H. 22599, to grant certain 
lands to Boulder. Feb. 16, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7618, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 2; (066.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1. p. 1223. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Public Lands, favoring H. 22599, to grant cer- 
tain lands to Boulder. Feb. 25, 1907. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 7278, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 
5061.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 1223. 

Boulton, William H. 

Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 11980, to in- 
crease pension of Boulton. Jan. 14, 1907. 
2 p. (H. rp. 6279, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt 2, p. 2470. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 11980, to is crease pension 
of Boulton. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6165, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2470. 

Boundaries. See Alaska, Boundary — Canada- 
Costa Eloa— Delaware— Honduras— Idaho— 
■ezioo — New Jersey— Nicaragua— Panama- 
Texas. 



Bounties. See Animals, Noxious — Military 
bounty — Kllltary bounty lands— Petroleum— 
Shipping. 

Bourke, William C. 

Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 3230, to increase 
pension of Bourke. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3497, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1924. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring S. 3230, to increase pension of 
Bourke. Apr. 3, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 2320, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1924. 

Bourne, Edgar K. See, as chief, Philippine 
Islands, Architecture and Construction of Pub- 
lic Buildings Bureau. 

Boush, Mrs. Sarah A. 
Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10352, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Boush. Jan. 29, 1906. 1 p. (S. 

E. 454, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1481. 

Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 10352, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Boush. Jan. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
180, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1481. 

Boutell, Henry Sherman, Representative from 
Illinois. See, for report from Committee on 
Ways and Means, South Carolina. 



Boutwell, Daniel W. Ftjmcerson, F. B: Re- 
port from Committee on War Chums, adverse 
to H. 3343, for relief of Boutwell. Jan. 23, 
1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 499, 59th Cong. 1st sees. 
In v. A.) 

Bout welt, Francis M. See, as administrates, 
Amazon, ship— Sbenezer, ketch— Lydia, brig— 
Polly, brig, Waters, master— Polly, schoones> 
Cutter, master— Ruby, brig— Sally, schooner- 
Sally, ship. 

Bovee, John Wesley. See, as member of medical 
board, District of Columbia, Columbia Hos- 
pital for Women and Lying-in Asylum. 

Bovee, Joseph. 

Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 4171, to in- 
crease pension of Bovee. May 29, 1906. 2p. 
(H. rp. 4492, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. H.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2122. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee' on 
Pensions, favoring S. 4171, to increase pension 
of Bovee. May 14, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3499, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2122. 

Bovee, Nicholas A. 

Bdbkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11362, to increase pen- 
sion of Bovee. Jan. 25, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
5495, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. Z344. 

Chankt, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 11362, to increase 
pension of Bovee. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5858, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p.2344. 

Bow-head whale. 8ee Whale. 

Bowden, Lemuel J. Court op Claims. Find- 
ings in case of heirs of Bowden. Dec. 11, 1905. 
2 p. (S. doc. 63, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 2; 
4910.) 

Bowden, Mary E. See, as heir, Bowden, Lem- 
uel J. 

Bowden, Rosa M. See, as heir, Bowden, Lem- 
uel J. 

Bowditch, Nathaniel. 

American practical navigator, epitome of naviga- 
tion and nautical astronomy; revised in 1880 
under direction of Bureau of Navigation by 
P. H. Cooper, revised in 1903 under direction 
of Bureau of Equipment by G. W. Logan. 
[4th edition of revised editionj [Nov. 10] 
1905. 652 p. 67 il. large 8» (Hydrographic 
Office. [Publication] 9 [2 pts.].) 

Same. [5th edition of revised edition.] 1906. 
652 p. 67 il. large 8° ([Publication] 9.) 

Useful tables from American practical navigator: 
revised in 1880 under direction of Bureau of 
Navigation by P. H. Cooper, revised in 1903 
under direction of Bureau of Equipment by 
O. W. Logan. (In Hydrographic Office. 
Amesican practical navigator. [4th edition of 
revised edition.] [Nov. 10] 1905. p. 341-652.) 

Same, separate. Mar, 12, .1906. iv + 343-662 
p. large 8° (Hydrographic Office. [Publica- 
tion] 9, pt. 2.) 

Same. (In Hydrographic Office. American 
practical navigator. [5th edition of revised 
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Bowdoin, Mont. GkolookaI Snav**. Mon* 
tana, Bowdoin quadrangle, lat. 48° 15'-48° 3C, 
long. 107° «K-10T° W. Scale 1 : 62,600, con- 
tour interval 20 ft. Edition of July, 1905. 
17.5 X 117 in. 
Bowdon, William Q. See Vat«faan, WlUianK., 

■na others. 
Bowen, Caleb T. 

Btxrnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 257, to increase pen- 
sion of Bowen. May 31, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
3924, 59th Cong. 1st ease. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2145. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 257, to increase 
pension of Bowen. June 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 4726, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. 
h. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2145. 
Bowen, David. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 8958, to increase pension of 
Bowen. Jan. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5068, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt: 2, p. 2337. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 8958, to increase 
pension of Bowen. Dec. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 5203, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2337. 
Bowen, Edwin A. Court or Claims. Findings 
in case of Martha J. Bowen, widow of Edwin A. 
Bowen. Jan. 26, 1907. 2 p. (H. doe. 579, 
39th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 52; 8186.) 
Bowen, John* 

Chaney.J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 7480, to increase 
pension of Bowen; Feb. 1*,' 1007. 1 p. -(II. 
rp. 7876, 59th Cong. 2d sesa In v. E.) Stat. 
£. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2713. 
• - MoOumber, P. J. ■ Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 7480, to increase pen- 
• . tiost of Bowen. Feb. 4, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 

6024, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
. ,v. 34» pt. 2, p. 2713. 
Bowen, Oscar O. 

Hkmenway, J. A. Report from Committee on 
Military Affairs, favoring H. 11279, to remove 
charge of absence without leave from record of 
Bowen. Feb. 21, 1907. 3 p. (S. rp. 7248, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2814. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Military Affairs, amending H. 11279, to remove 
charge of absence without leave from record of 
Bowen. Jan. 22, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 6596, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. r. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2814. 
Bowen, William A. See Burnett, Isaac, and 
others. 

Bowerman, George Franklin. See, as libra- 
rian, District of Columbia, Public Library. 

Bowers, Abraham. See Pnritt, Bobcrt, and 
others. 

Bowers, Edward C. Bkadlbt, T. W. Report 
from Committee on Invalid Pensions, amend- 
ing H. 16188, to pension Bowers. May 8, 1906. 
2 pi (H. rp. 3891, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 

F.) 

Bowers, George Meade. ' See, as commissioner, 
Fisheries Bureau. 



Bowers, Susan A., and others. See Pruitt, Bob-* 
ert, and others. 

Bowie, Aug. J-, jr. 
Irrigation in North Atlantic States. 1906. 50 
p. 7 il. (Experiment Stations Office. Bulle- 
tin 167.) 

Irrigation in southern Texas. (In Experiment 
Stations Office. Bulletin 158. 1905. p. 347- 
507, 19 il. 2 pi. map.) 
Same. (In Experiment Stations Office. An- 
nual report of irrigation and drainage inves- 
tigations, 1904, no. 6. 1905. iv + 347-507 
p. 19 il. 2 pi. map.) 

Bowie, Edward H. Relation between storm 
movement and pressure distribution. (In 
Monthly weather review, Feb. 1906. May 14, 
1906. v. 34, p. 61-64, 2 il.) 

Bowie, Henry P. See Fish and fisheries. 

Bowie, Margaret B. See, as heir, Camp, Adam. 

Bowie, Sydney Johnston, Representative from 
Alabama. See, for views of minority of Com- 
mittee on Agriculture, Bleat inspection. 

Bowker, Charles L. See Taut-ham, William Bl- 
and others. 

Bowker, P. S. Gakkbtt, F. J. Report from 
Committee on Claims, submitting H. R. 427, 
to refer H. 15810, for relief of Bowker, to Court 
of Claims. May 17, 1909. 12 p. (H. rp. 
4262, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Bowker, Joseph C. 

FtiixER, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring 8. 6281, to increase 
pension of Bowker. Feb. 19, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7781, 59th Coag. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2684. 

Tamawwo, J. P. Report front Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 6281, to increase pen- 
sion of Bowker. Feb. 11, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
6562, 59th Cong. 2d seas. La v. D.J Slat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2684. 
Bowler, Thomas, and others. Court of Claims. 
Action in cases of Bowler and others. Dev. 
10, 1906. 1 p. (H. doe. 239, 59th Cong. 2d 
sess. In v. 49; U09.) 
Bowles, James N. Haugen, G. N. Report from 
Committee on War Claims, submitting H. R. 
470, to refer H. 10617, for relief of Bowles, to 
Court of Claims. May 11, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
4033, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Bowles, John E. 

Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19869, to increase pen- 
awn' of Bowles. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5748, 56th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2572. 

Richardson, J. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 19869, to increase pen- 
sion of Bowles. Jan. 10, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
6134, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2572. 
Bowles, William A. 

Aloes, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 1224, to in- 
crease pension of Bowles. Apr. 30, 1906. 2p. 
■ (S. rp. 3133, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2115. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 1224, to increase 
pension of Bowles. May 29, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4460, 58tb Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2115. 



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«Bd«th«M. 

Bowling, James T. Court op Claims. Find- 
ings. Feb. 7, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 201, 59th 
Cong. 1st sese. In v. 5; 4913.) 

Bowman, Benson H. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 4541, to increase 
pension of Bowman. Mar. 26, 1906. In. (H. 
rp. 2638, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1852. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 4541, to increase pension of 
Bowman. Mar. 12, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 1634, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1852. 

Bowman, Harold M. State reports relative to 
railway valuation. (In Census Bureau. Bul- 
letin 21. 1905. p. 62-66.) 

Bowman, Henry Z. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 6506, to increase pen- 
sion of Bowman. Bee. 17, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
4680, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2275. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6506, to increase 
pension of Bowman. Jan. 8, 1907 . 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5996, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.J Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2275. 

Bowman, Isaiah. Problems of water contamina- 
tion. (In Geological Survey. Water-eupply 
and irrigation paper 160. 1906. p. 92-96.) 

See also, as joint author, V eaten, Arthur Clifford. 

Bowman, James. 

Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 17831, to increase pen- 
sion of Bowman. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. <B. rp. 
6100, 59th Cong. 2d sese. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2494. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 17831, to increase 
pension of Bowman. Jan. 14, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp.6294, 59th Cong. 2d sess. Inv.C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2494. 

Bowman, Jeremiah. 

Loudenslaqer, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 8214, to pension Bow- 
man. Feb. 19, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 7668, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. Inv.E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2740. 

McCumbbr, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 8214, to 
pension Bowman. Feb. 13, 1907. 3 p. (S. 

E. 6637, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2740. 

Bowman, Mrs. Polly Ann. 
MoCumbbb, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 25826, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bowman. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. 
(8. rp. 7166, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In r. D.> 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2809. 

Richardson, William. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending H. 25325, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Bowman. Feb. 7, 1907. 
1 p. (H. rp. 7388, 59th Cong. 23 sees. In v. 
D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2809. 

H. Doc. 830, 59-2 11 



1 Bowman, Robert, jr. Cassbl, B. B. Report' 
from Committee on Accounts, favoring H. R. 
890, appointing Bowman assistant clerk to con- 
ference minority. June 27, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 5034, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) 

Bowman act. See Wax claims. 

Bowne, Walter. See Bachelors, brif — Hulker, 
brig— little John Butler, brig. 

Bowne, William. See Rebecca, brig. 

Bowser, Thomas J. 

Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 5680, to increase 
pension of Bowser. May 4, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 3785, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt 2, p. 1956. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 5680, to increase pension of 
Bowser. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 2780, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1956. . 

Box Elder, Mont. Geological Survet. Mon- 
tana, Boxelder quadrangle, lat. 48° lEf-48 0 
30', long. 110°-110° W. Scale 1:62,500, con- 
tour interval 20 ft. Edition of Sept. 1906. 
17.5 X 117 in. 

Box-elder. See Elder. 

Boxes. 

Hatt. W. K. Strength of packing boxes of 
various woods. Dec. 29, 1906. 8 p. 5 il. 
(Forest Service. Circular 47.) 

Wentlinq, J. P. Woods used for packing boxes 
in New England. Feb. 15, MOT. 4 p. (For- 
est Service. Circular 78.) 

Boxmeyer, Charles. 

Hollidat, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7119, to increase 
pension of Boxmeyer. Jan. 30, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 7040, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. V. 34, pt. 2, p. 2445. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 7119, to increase pension 
of Boxmeyer. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
5006, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 84, pt. 2, p. 2445. 

Boycott. See Commerce, Chins. 

Boyd, Oeorge S. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10219, to increase pen- 
sion of Boyd. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
5488, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p72340. 

Chanbt J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 10219, to increase 
pension of Boyd. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 
5795, 59th Cong. 2d sese. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2340. 

Boyd, James B. Overman, L. S. Report from 
Committee on Military Affairs, favoring S. 
4467, to remove charge of desertion from Boyd. 
Mar. 15, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1788, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. C.) 

Boyd, John C. Court of Claims. Findings. 
Jan. 8, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 128, 59th Cong. 
1st sese. In v. 3; 4911.) 



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Boyd, John N. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 10907, to increase 
pension of Boyd. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
1928, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1742. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10907, to increase pen- 
sion of Boyd. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2128, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1742. 
Boyd, Robert. See Pamela, brig. 
Boyd, Samuel. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22869, to increase pen- 
sion of Boyd. Feb. 20, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6959, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2763. 

McLain, F. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 22859, to increase pension 
of Boyd. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 7352, 
59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2763. 
Boyden, Elbridge P. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 18014, to increase pension 
of Boyden. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5685, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2494. 

Sclloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 18014, to in- 
crease pension of Boyden. Jan. 7, 1907. lp. 
(H. rp. 6827, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2494. 
Boyer, Mrs. Emma M. 
Dickson, F. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 4727, to pension Mrs. 
Boyer. Jan. 25, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 552, 59th 
Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1524. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 4727, to pension Mrs. 
Boyer. Feb. 6, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 716, 59th 
Cong. 1st seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1624. 

Boyer, Jonathan J. 

Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring HT 6157, to increase pension of 
Boyer. Feb. 6, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 771, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1529. 

Smith, 8. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 6167, to increase 
pension of Boyer. Jan. 20, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 414, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1529. 

Boy ki n , E raatua B. Comparative value of whole 
cotton. seed and cotton -seed meal in fertilizing 
cotton. May 11, 1907. 14 + Hp. 2 il. (Plant 
Industry Bureau; Agriculture Dept., Farmers' 
bulletin 286.) 

See also, as joint author, Webber, Herbert John. 

Boykin, J. B. See Walker, T. Alonzo, and Todd, 
A. 0., and others. 

Boyle, Christopher C. See Hannah, B., and 
others. 



Boyle, Mrs. Elizabeth B. 

Loudenslaoer, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 4404, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Boyle. Jan. 24, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6699, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2314. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute 8. 4404, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Boyle. Jan. 14, 1907. 
1 p. (8. rp. 4922, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2314. 
Boyle, Enoch. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 17806, to in- 
crease pension of Boyle. Apr. 16, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 3225, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2064. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 17806, to increase pension 
of Boyle. May 7, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3388, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2054. 
Boyle, George A. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 6911, to increase pension 
of Boyle. Feb. 4, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 6046, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 0.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2692. 

Kelther, J. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6911, to increase 
pension of Boyle. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. 

E. 7816, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2692. 
Boyle, James. Pettus, E. W. Report from 
Committee on Military Affairs, adverse to 8. 
417, to remove charge of desertion from Boyle. 
Feb. 15, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 978, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. B.) 

Boyle, Martin. See, as joint author, Patrick, 
George Edward. 

Boyles, George W. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 2549, to increase 
pension of Boyles. Apr. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 3062, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1830. 

Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring S. 2549, to increase pension of 
Boyles. Mar. 21, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 1970, 
59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. IX) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1830. 
Boynton, Eli. 

Bubkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 6493, to increase pension 
of Boynton. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
5472, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2329. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 6493, to in creas e 
pension of Boynton. Pec. 19, 1906. 2 p. 

. fH. rp. 5589, 59th Cong. 2d seas. Id v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2329. 
Boynton, Mrs. Helen Augusta Mason. 

Holltdat, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 13884, to pen- 
sion Mrs. Boynton. Mar. 5, 1906. 3 p. (H. 
rp. 1839, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
t. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2350. 



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Boynton, Mrs. Helen Augusta Mason— Cont'd. 
McCumbbr, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 13884, to pension Mrs. 
Boynton. Jan. 28, 1907. 3 p. (S. rp. 5656, 
59th Cong. 2d boss. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2350. 

Boyt, T. E. Miller, J. M. Report from Com- 
' mittee on Claims, favoring H. 19275, for relief 
of Boyt. June 29, 1906. 9 p. (H. rp. 5091, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. H.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2822. 

Bozarth, Abram J. 
HoujBAY, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 13597, to in- 
crease pension of Bozarth, Feb. 26, 1006. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1751, 59th Cong. IbI sees. In v. 
C.) Stat. t. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1754. 
Patterson. T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 13597, to increase pen- 
sion of Bozarth. liar. 20, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
1919, B9& Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1754. 

Bozeman, Mont. See Montana College of Agri- 
culture and Mechanic Arts. 

Brabham, Francis M. Court op Claims. 
Findings. Apr. 14, 1908. 2 p. (H. doc. 
895, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 49; 4989.) 

Brabston, John B. See Vaughan, William H., 
and others. 

Brachiopods. 
Weller, Stuart. Descriptions of new species 
of ordovician fossils [brachiopods and trilo- 
bites] from China. (In National Museum. 
Proceedings. 1907. v. 32, p. 557-563, no. 
1549.) 

Same, separate. June 15, 1907. 

Williams, H. S. New brachiopod, Rensselaeria 
Mainensis, from Devonian of Maine. (In Na- 
tional Museum. Proceedings. 1907. v. 32, 
p. 267-269, 2 il. no. 1527.) 

Same, separate. Apr. 18, 1907. 

Brachyura. See Crabs. 

Brackett, Fred. Analysis of assessment scheme 
for retirement of clerks. Jane 28, 1906. 9 p. 
(S. doc. 509, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 8; 
4916.) 

Brackett, Oustavns Benson. Apple and how 
to grow it. Revised Mar. 1907. Apr. 6, 1907. 
32 p. 10 il. (Plant Industry Bureau; Agricul- 
ture Dept., Farmers' bulletin 113.) 

Brackett, Mr* Josephine. 
Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pension?, favoring S, 7744, to pension Mrs. 
Brackett. Jan. J4, 190?. 2 p. (S. rp. 6001, 
59th Con*. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2456. 

Sulloway. C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring 8. 7744, to pension 
Mrs. Brackett. Inn. 30, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 
7082, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D?) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2456. 
Brad berry, John H. 
Cabkack. E. \V, Ki'pnrt from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring II. 18623, to increase pea- 
sion of Bradberry. June 7, 1906. 1 p. (8. 
>. 4230, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. Q.) Stat. 
. v. 34, pt 2, p. 2197. 



Bradberry, John H.— Continued. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 18623, to increase 
pension of Bradberry. May 19, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 4294, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2197. 
Bradbury, Augustus F. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 12713, to increase 
pension of Bradbury. Feb. 6, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 965, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1627. 

Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 12713, to increase pen- 
sion of Bradbury. Feb. 27, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 1342, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1627. 
Bradbury, Charles A. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 23, to increase pen- 
sion of Bradbury. Jan. 22, 1908. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 435. 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1446. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 23, to increase pension of 
Bradbury. Jan. 8, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 61, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1445. 

Braden, Miner L. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 5822, to increase pension 
' of Braden. Apr. 25, 1906. lp. (8. rp. 2850, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1869. 

Richardson, William. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending H. 5822, to increase 
pension of Braden. Mar. 29, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2687, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1869. 

Brader, Levi. 
Debmer, Ellas. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 19359, to increase 
pension of Brader. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4714, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2250. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 19359, to increase pension of 
Brader. Dec. 10, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4493, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2250. 

Bradfield, Zachariah. 

Chaney.J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 1525, to increase 
pension of Bradfield. Feb. 3,1906. lp. (H. 
rp. 897, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1504. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 1525, to increase pension 
of Bradfield. Jan. 15,1906. lp. (S. rp. 201, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1604. 

Bradford, John. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 19255, to increase 
pension of Bradford. May 22, 1906. lp. (H. 
rp. 4352, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2210. 



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Bradford, John— Continued, 
Gbarin, J. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring EL 19256, to increase pension of 
Bradford. June 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4249, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2210. 
Bradford, England. Renton, T. L. Bradford, 
decline of trade with United States. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 
821, p. 28, 29.) 
See also Wool. 
Bradlsh, Albert H. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 13466, to increase 



pension of Bradiah. May 14, 1906. 2 p. (H 
rp. 4113, 69th Cong. 1st seas. In v. G.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2178. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 13466, to increase pension of 
Bradiah. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4089, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2178. 
Bradley, Qarrett R. 
Howell, Joseph. Report from Committee on 
Claims, favoring S. 4686, to reimburse Bradley. 
Jan. 29, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 6903, 59th Cong. 
2d seas. In v. D.) 
Penrose, Boies. Report from Committee on 
Poat-Omces and Poet-Roads, favoring 8. 4686, 
to reimburse Bradley. Mar. 28, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 2174, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) 
Bradley, George M. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 639, to increase 
pension of Bradley. Feb. 14,1906. lp. (H. 
rp. 1258, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p7l642. 
Gbarin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 639, to increase pension of 
Bradley. Jan. 29, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 401, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1542. 
Bradley, John. 
McCumkeb, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Penaions, favoring a. 20559, to increase pen- 
sion of Bradley. Jan. 12, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 

In v. A.) Stat. L. 



4852, 59th Cong. 2d 
v. 34, pt 2, p. 2304. 
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pension of Bradley. Dec. 11, 1908. 2 p. (H 
rp. 5391, 59th Cong. 2d " " 

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Bradley, Nathan C. 

Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid PenaionB, amending H. 12027, to increase 
pension of Bradley. Feb. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 

- v. B.) Stat. 



rp. 968, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1624, 



Taliafebbo, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 12027, to increase pen- 
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1009, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1624. 

Bradley, Robert. Court op Claims. Findings 
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2 p. (S. doc. 503, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 
8; 4916.) 



Bradley, Robert O. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 21331, to in- 
crease pension of Bradley. Jan. 7, 1907, lp. 
(H. rp. 5880, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2502. 

Piles, 3. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
aions, favoring H. 21331, to increase pension of 
Bradley. Jan. 31, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5828, 
59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. C.) Stat. t. v. 34, 
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Bradley, Thomas. Arica. (Tn Commercial' re- 
lations, 1905. 1906. p. 314, 315.) 
Bradley, Thomas W., Representative from New 
York. See, for reports from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions: 

Abbott, Alvin Brenizer, Henry 

Acker, Dillon P. Brewster, George 

Aokert, William H. Brink, Andrew 

Aokley, Join F. Bronson, Mrs. Zmmi- 

Adams, Mrs. alary E. gene ' 

Adams, airs. Sarah E. Brown, Sarins J. 

Adams, William M. Brown, Horaoe K 

Adshead, John Bnrdlck, Franklin 

Airey, Charles W. Burgess, Mrs. Outlet. 

Albertson, Ambrose D. TJ. 

Allee, Xrs, Mildred L. Burgess, James S. 

Arms, In. Alioe A. Burke, Bartholomew 

Arnold, Mrs. Catharine Burkhardt, Jacob B. 

Arnold, Charles M. Buzzell, Henry H. 

Ashley, Boras at. Cadienx, Joseph K. 

Ancock, Bobert Cain, Isaac 

Austin, Mrs. America J. Campbell, Mrs. Ma- 

Bachman, MarltnV.B. hala F. 

Bagley, Mrs. Mary Capron, Gilbert F. 

Bailey, Mrs. Elizabeth Carey, Francis 
£. W. Carpenter, Charles W. 

Bailey, Lert 8. Carpenter, Curtis A. 

Baker, Edwin W. Carpenter, David A. 

Baker, John A. Carr, Mrs. Xuniee M. 

Baker, Joseph Carr, Jonathan 

Ballantyne, Charles Case, Mrs. Sauna 

Barker, Stephen A. Caatner, Algernon E. 

Barnes, Joshua Chamberlin, Mrs. Em- 

Barrows, Homer A. ma M. 

Bartlett, Aienzo X. Chambers, WUBam E. 

Bassford, Mrs. Anna C. Chapman, Charles T. 

Bauer, August Chapman, Levi 

Bauerlin, Henry Chaise, Oeojgeti. 

Beam, Van Burea Chase, Them— M. 

Bean, Walter F. Christie, Mrs. Susan F. 

Becker, Martin Oappec, Baehard B. 

Belden, Lewis F. Clark, Aaron K. 

Benkler, William Clark, Mis. Mary A. 

Bennett, William W. Coffin, Henry C. 

Berry, James T. Cole, Charles L. 

Betts, Mrs. Sarah Collins, Ads . 

Bird, Edward Comstock, Franklin 

Bishop, Mrs. Mary C. Cone, Henry 

Blaney, Mrs. Anna V. Conley, Mrs. Carrie A. 

Birth, Thomas Conley, Charles H. 

Belles, Enoch Connor, Alfred 

Bollinger, Henry O. Conover, Daniel S. 

Bolster, David P. Cook, Samuel 

Bowers, Edward C. Coeley, George E. 

Bradbury, Augustus F. Cooley, Mrs. Henrietta 

Bradbury, Charles A. O. 

Bradford, John Cornwall, John 8. 

Brady, Mathlas Cosgro, James C. 

Bragg, Mrs. Catherine Co strove, Mrs. Genie 
B. E. 



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Cowan, Hoary B. 
Cowell, Junes L. 
Cox, Hartley B. 
Crandall, Thomas P. 
Creasey, George W. 
Crofton, Mrs. Ann H. 
Crommett, Francis W. 
Cross, Mrs. Maria 
Cross, Theron 
Orossman, Breenleai 
W. 

Cundiff, Stephen 
Cunningham, Edward 
K. 

Curtis, Levi X. 

Cutler, Mrs. Susan H. 

Davis, David 

Davis, Franklin H. 

Davis, Hoses B. 

Davis, Mrs. Philena 

Dayhufl, Martin 

Dean, Ghauncey P. 

Dean, George C. 

Decker, Benjamin H. 

Delaney, John 

Delong, Henry 

Demers, Eugene 

Denson, Lewis 

Dewhurst, Joseph 

De Witt, Orlean 

Diok, Robert 

Dickey, Osbert D. 

Dickey, William G. 

Dickinson, OrviHe 

Dodge, Reuben D. 

Dopp, James 

Dorn, Andrew 

Dorrel, Nicholas W. 

Doughty, Joseph W. 

Drake, William J. 

Drew, Timothy 

Duff, John J. 

Duffleld, Henry D. 

Duffy, Mrs. Mary 

Duan, Michael 

Dunning, Charles H. 

Durfey, Edwin C. 

Dyer, Mrs. Men M. 

Dyer, George H. 

Dyke, Amos 

Edsall, Mrs. Clara C. 

Ellis, Mrs. Aurora Gar- 
wood 

Emerson, Carlo J. 

Emery, Joseph D. 

Engler, Mrs. Lucy E. 

Everitt, Charles H. 

Fairbanks, Mrs. Eetta 
M. 

Parrell, William H. 
fellows, Franklin J. 
Fenz, Frederick 
Fiedler, Hrs. Lydia A. 
Flllio, Edmund 
Flaherty, Dennis 
Fletcher, George W. 
Flint, Wilbur F. 
Floyd, Jonathan E. 
Frynn, Mrs. Anna 
Fogg, George F. 
Ford, Edward 
Poster, Harvey ' 
Foster, Mrs. Mary A. 



Fray, Mrs. Alice A. 
Frayet, Andrew J. 
Frederick, Mrs. Clar- 
issa A. 
French, Benjamin 
French, Luclan W. 
Fuller, Henry A. 
Gamble, James L. 
Garland, Joseph P. 
Glbsdn, Appleton 
Glllen, Stephen 
Girvan, William J. 
Goebel, Valentine 
Goodell, Edwin B. 
Goodrich, Samuel B. T. 
Gould, Hrs. Abble B. 
Gramberg, Hrs. Hary 
Gran daw, William H. 
Grant, Hrs. Fanny M. 
Gray, Frank N. 
Gray, Washington D. 
Gray, Wilham S. 
Greeley, Almond 
Green, Mrs. Hannah W. 
Green, Nathaniel 
Greene, Mrs. Catharine 
A. 

Hackney, William H. 

Hall, Richard B. 

Hall, William H. 

Ham, John 

Ham, Hark 

Hand, Orlando 

Hartford, Mrs. Abble L. 

Hanaa, James P. 

Harelson, Assov 

Harris, Heman A. 

Harris, William H. 

Harvey, James G. 

Hathorm, Arthur 

Hatton, Jacob L. 

Hawkes, Mrs. Sarah A. 

Hawkins, Franklin G. 

Hayes, Mrs. Hannah M. 

Healey, Mrs. Wilhel- 
mina 

Heath, Horace E. 

Hennon, James 

Hess, Sheldon 

Hlokeojc, John, Jr. 

Hierl, George 

Higgins, Edward 

Higgins, Hrs. Mary E. 

Hildenbrand, Freder- 
ick 

Hildreth, William A. 
Hill, Mrs. Amanda L. 
Hodgdon, Mrs. Caro- 
line L. 
Hoff, Esek W. 
Hogan, Michael 
Holland, Alphonso B. 
Holloway, William E. 
Hdman, Charles H. 
Horton, Hrs. Julia A. 
House, William 
Houser, Frederick 
Howard, Hrs. Harriet 
Howe, Jesse W. 
Howe, John W. 
Howells, John J. 
Hulbert.Mrs. Helen H. 
Hunnewell, Sumner F. 



Thomas W.— Continued. 



, Samuel B, 
brook, Mrs. Arte- 
mesia T. 
Hussey, Calvin C. 
Hyatt, Mrs. Hester 
Jacobs, James 
Jacobs, John T. 
Jared, James M. 
Jepson, Hrs. Frances A. 
Jewell, Hrs. Martha 
Johnson, Mrs, F. He- 
dora 

Johnson, HantviUe A. 

Johnson, Marshall 

Johnson, Mrs. Mary F. 

Josselyn, Nathan W. 

Joyce, Henry 

Joyce, Joseph B. 

Kaisted, Mrs, Mary 

Kearney, Mrs. Margaret 

Keams, Michael 

Keating, Edward 

Keith, Mrs, Phoebe 

Keller, Jacob 

Kelly, Clarendon 

Kenuey, James 

Kenny, Nicholas X>. 

Keyes, Hart well C. 

King, Martin C. 

Kingston, Mrs. Anna E. 

Kinney, Andrew E. 

Kirsch, Nicola us 

Knapp, Francis G. 

Krom, John H. 

Kures, Jacob 

Lamphere, Perry 

Lander, Charles 

Lane, John D. 

Larkham.Mrs.EmiiyJ. 

Launt, Albert 

Lawley, James J. 

Leahy, John E. 

Lean, John 

Lettenmayer, Mrs. 
Helen C. 

Leviness, Mrs. Emma 

Lewis, Ellen C. 

Lewis, Jesse 

Lewis, Timothy B. 

Littlefleld, Mrs. Nancy 

Loosley, Daniel 

Lorch, Mrs. Maria 

Lowry, Alexander M. 

L u f kin . Edwin B. 

Limit. Henry 

Mc Anally, Bobeit 

McCalUn, Harvey 

MeConnick, Mrs. Char- 
lotte A. 

McDevitt, Henry 

McGinty, John A. 

McKenna, James 

McKenney, Charles H. 

McMahon, Francis 

McMahon, Patrick 

McBeynolds, N. 
mont 

Haddocks, Joseph G. 
Haher, Mrs. Maria A. 
Mahoney, Michael 
Mahoney, Patrick 
Mater, Michael 
Hankin, William C. 



Mann, Ervin F. 
Marsh, Lyman 
Mason, Mrs. Sallie W. 
Mather, John 
Matthews, Mrs, Louisa 
B. 

Merrill, Mrs. Sarah J. 
Merritt, Mrs. Adelaide 

D. 

Messerschniidt, John 

C. 

Middaugh, Fredrick 

Miller, Alexander 

Miller, Elias 

Miller, Hard L. 

Hills, Edward J. 

Monroe, John 

Montgomery, Mrs. Mar- 
garet A. 

Morgan, Mrs. Mary C. 

Morrison, Mrs, Harriet 
L. 

Mullin, Base V. 
Mm dough. Samuel C. 
Nash, Daniel D. 
Newbury, Joseph B, 
Niles, Charles H. 
Noble, James H. 
Norton, Bianzo M. 
Noulton, Levi B. 
Nnssbaum, Abram 
Nye, George H. 
Nye, Benben 
Oakman, Isaac 
O* Bryan, Charles 
Odeli, James H. 
Omngcr, Martin 
O'Flarugan, Maurice 
Ohr, Martin L. 
Oliver, William 
Olmsted, William A. 
Olney, Henry S. 
Olney, Mrs. Buth E. 
Orr, Mrs. Eliza 
O'Shea, Edward 
Osterheld, Henry 
Paine, Samuel 
Palmer, Gabriel Y. 
Parker, David H. 
Parker, Frank M, 
Parker, Sampson 
Parrish, Mrs. Ella Q. 
Patten, Aaron F. 
Patterson, Eleazar A, 
Peacock, Martin 
Pearsons, Mrs. Fanny 
A. 

Pender, Mrs. Lucy A. 
Pepoon, Albert F. 
Peterson, Christian 
Pevear, Sylvester O. 
Pitman, Mrs. Sarah C. 
Piatt, John 
Pohlers, Mrs. So 



Power, Henry 
Prendergast, Joseph H. 
Prentice, Nathan B. 
Preston, Francis W. 
Price, Levi L. 
Prinoe, Charles H. 
Pryce, James A. 



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Bradley, Thomas W. 

Pugsley, Frank 

Qulnn, Xn. Bridget 

Baschig, Gustavus P.E. 

Bay, Malcolm 

Raymond, Samuel G. 

Bead, Frank H. 

Benell, Charles W. 

Reynolds, Hezekiah J. 

Bice,Mrs.Elizabeth H. 

Richardson, Mrs. Geor- 
gia A. 

Bobb, John, 1st 

Bobbins, Jason 

Roberts, Edwin L. 

Roberts, Joseph J. 

Bobinson, Joseph C. 

Bosencrans, John L. 

Bothrock, George W. 

Russell, Ransom C. 

Sannar, Jacob 

Saunderson, James T. 

Scherer, Frank 

Schloesser, Phillip 

Schramm, Theodor 

Scranton, Mrs. Clara IT. 

Seabnry, J. Morgan 

Beaver, Mrs. Orlena F. 

Seaver, Robert A. 

Seeley, Aaron P. 

Seymour, John 

Shaver, Josiah H. 

Shear, John N. 

Shedd, Charles W. 

Shehan, Mrs. Lizzie E. 

Shell, Jacob 

Sheldon, Charles F. 

Shepard, Mrs. Alice S. 

Sheppard, Abraham E. 

Sherlock, Anthony 

Sickler, Mrs. Emma 

Simkins, James B. 

Simon, Henry 

Sizer, Thomas J. 

Sloat, Sylvanus 

Smith, Andrew 

Smith, John B. 

Smith, Mrs. Mary J. 

Smith, Oliver P. 

Smith, Oliver T. 

Smith, Samuel B. 

Smith, Mrs. Sarah 

Smithers, Mrs. Harriet 
M. 

Snell, John C. 
Snook, Jonathan 
Southworth.WilllamA. 
Spencer, James 
Spitz er, Gottlieb 
Steel, Mrs. Unity A. 
Stegman, Lewis B. 
Stevens, Mrs. Martha 
Stewart, William C. 
Stinehour, Truman B. 
Stockwell, John A. 
Stone, Dexter E. W. 



Continued. 

8 tough ton, Mrs. Ell enL. 

Sutter, Benedict 
Swayne, Mrs. Ellen H. 
Tappan, George Arthur 
Tate, Mrs. Jane 
Taylor, David T. 
Teague, Mrs. Henrietta 
Tebbetts, Albion W. 
Tenant, Amos H. 
Thomas, William 
Thompson, Gustavus A. 
Thompson, William 0. 
Tilburn, Mrs. Eugenie 
Tomlinson, George W. 
Tompkins, Warren B. 
Torrey, Rodney W. 
Townsend, Mrs. Abi- 
gail 
Tripp, Levi A. 
True, George B. 
Turckheim, Reuben I. 
Turley, Robert 
Van Keuren, William 
Van 0 strand, Charles 
Van Biper, Jeremiah 
Van Volkenburgh, 
Isaac 

Vernon, Mrs. Cynthia 
Viall, John G. 
Vose, Mrs. Elizabeth A. 
Wads worth, Mrs. Eliza 
F. 

Wainwrlght, Mrs. 

Katherine F. 
Wakefield, William 
Waldron, Luke 
Wallerson, Simon Pe- 
ter 

Walter, Mrs. Dora C. 
Way, Mrs. Catherine 
Weber, August 
Weigand, Mrs. Mary A. 
Wentz, William 
Westoott, William H. 
Whaley, Lucius D. 
White, Bobert H. 
White, Silas V. 
Wiles, Adam 
Williams, Mrs. Matil- 
da J. 
Wilson, Alvah D. 
Wilson, Mrs. Martha J. 
Wilson, Mrs. Mary 
Wltherwax, Isaac H. 
Woll, Mrs. Mary E. 
Wood, Frederick 
Wood, Mrs. Kate 

O'Donnell 
Wood, Mrs. Louisa L. 
Wood, Mrs. Martha L. 
Woodbury, Mrs. Anna 
M. 

Wright, Xrs. Kate 
Young, James F. 



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Bradley, William H. Dutch Guiana [1905]. (In 
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Sane {1906). 
193,. 184.) - 



(In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 



Bradley, William Harrison. 

Cotton, British movement. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Sept. 1906. no. 312, p. 98, 99.) 

Cotton fabrics, Manchester mills unusually active. 
(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1906. 
no. 306, p. 201-203.) 

Cotton industry. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Jan. 1906. no. 304, p. 234, 235.) 

Manchester a profitable field for American prod- 
ucts. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 

1906. no. 307, p. 73, 74.) 

Manchester [1905]. (In Commercial relations, 

1905. 1906. p. 603-505.) 
Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 

713-715.) 

New mills cause increased consumption [of cot- 
ton]; Decrease in [British] exports of cotton 
fabrics. (In Monthly-cons, and trade rp. June, 

1907. no. 821, p. 101-103.) 

Bradshaw, Alexander. Corner of Claims. 

Findings in case of heirs of Bradshaw. Jan. 

18, 1907. 3 p. (H. doc. 519, 69*h Cong. 2d 

sees. In v. 51; 6164.) 
Bradshaw, James E. See, as heir, Bradshaw, 

Alexander. 

Bradshaw, Mrs. Jane F. See, as heir, Brad- 
shaw, Alexander. 

Bradshaw, Lucius M. (or F.). See, as heir, 
Bradshaw, Alexander. 

Bradshaw, Silas N. 
Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 6446, to increase pension of 
Bradshaw. Jan. 29, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 509, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 
34, pt. 2, p. 1472. 
Lindsay, G. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 6446, to increase 
pension of Bradshaw. Jan. 8, 1906. 2 p. 
?H. rp. 44, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1472. 

Bradshaw Mountains. Geological Sukvby. 
Bradshaw Mountains folio, Ariz. 1905. 11 p. 
1 pi. 4 maps, large 4° (Geologic atlas of United 
States 126.) 

Brady, John. See Vaughan, William H., and 

otters. 

Brady, John Green. See, as governor, Alaska. 
Brady, Mrs. Luclnda. 
Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 

Invalid Pensions, amending H. 14798, to 

pension Mrs. Brady. May 22, 1906. 2p. (H. 

rp. 4367, 59th Cong. 1st sese. In v. G.) Stat. 

L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2182. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 

Pensions, favoring H. 14798, to pension Mrs. 

Brady. June 5, 1906. lp. (S. rp. 4099, 59th 

Cong. 1st sew. In v. G,) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 

2, p. 2182. 
Brady, Mrs. Mary A. 
Loudemslaoeb, H. C. Report from Committee 

on Pensions, favoring S. 4762, to pension Mrs. 

Brady. Feb. 19, 1907. 2 p. (H. rp. 7656, 

69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 

pt. 2, p. 2680. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 

Pensions, amending 8. 4762, to pension Mrs. 

Bmdy. Feb. 4, 1907 . 2 p. (&„• to. 6071, 

5»th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. U v. 34, 

.pt. 2, p. 2680, 



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Brady, Mathias. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 7821, to in- 
crease pension of Brady. Apr. 4, 1806. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 2874, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1873. 

Overmak, L. 8. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7821, to increase pen- 
sion of Brady. Apr. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2936, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1873. 
Brady, Michael. 

Dkkmeh, Elias. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 525, to increase pen- 
sion of Brady. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
460, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1451. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 525, to increase pension of 
Brady. Jan. 8, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 97, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1451. 

Brady, Patrick. See Wlmberly, Louis, and 

others. 
Brady, William H. 

. Debmbr, Elias. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring 8 . 7923, to increase 
pension of Brady. Feb. 19, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7953, 59th Cong. 2d Bess. In v. E.) Stat. 
E. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2731. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending 8. 7923, to increase pension of 
Brady. Feb. 6, 1907 . 2 p. (S. rp. 6180, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2731. 
Brady, William H. 

Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 4671, to increase pension of 
Brady. Apr. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2511, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1778. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 4671, to in- 
crease pension of Brady. Mar. 13, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 2260, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1778. 
Brady, Fort. 

Bartholdt, Richard. Report from Committee 
on Public Buildings and Grounds, favoring S. 
2801, to withhold from sale portion of Fort 
Brady military reservation, Sault Ste. Marie, 
Mich., as substitute for H. 10690. Mar. 14, 
1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 2282, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 1; 4906.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 190. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Public 
Buildings and Grounds, favoring S. 2801, to 
withhold from sale portion of Fort Brady mili- 
tary reservation, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Feb. 
8, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 805, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 1; 4904.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 190. 
Bragg, Benjamin. 

McLain, F. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 21432, to increase pension of 
Bragg. Jan. 10, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 6148, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2506. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 21432, to increase pension of 
Bragg. Jan. 31, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5811, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2506. 



Brace, Mrs. Catherine B. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending by substitute H. 
9288, to increase pension of Mrs. Bragg. Feb. 
20, 1906. 1 t>. (H. rp. 1537, 59thCong. 1st 
boss. In v. C.) Stat. X. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1878. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 9288, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bragg. Apr. 17, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 2691, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1878. 
Bragg, Edward S. 

Cbanby, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 6365, to pension 
Bragg. June 20, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 4977, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2163. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 6365, to pension Bragg. 
June 18, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 4321, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2153. 

Braid, Andrew. See', as member, eeographio 

Board. 
Braid. See Straw braid. 
Brail, George Q. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 9065, to increase pension of 
Brail. Feb. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1267, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. B . ) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1606. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 9065, to increase 
pension of Brail. Jan. 29, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
611, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1606. 

Brain. 

Hrducka, Ales. Brains and brain preserva- 
tives [with bibliography]. (In National Mu- 
seum. Proceedings. 1906. v. 30, p. 245- 
320b, 27 il. 1 pi. no. 1451.) 

Same, separate. 

Measurements of cranial fossae. (In Na- 
tional Museum. Proceedings. 1907. v. 82, 
p. 177-232, 2 pi. no. 1521.) 

Same, separate. 

Brainard, C. V. See, as engineer, Illinois and 
Kit tiaalppi Canal. 

Brainard, Eli. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 8208, to increase 
pension of Brainard. Feb. 19, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1406, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1692. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 8208, to increase pension of 
Brainard. Mar. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1696, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1692. 

Braisted, William C See, for report on Japanese 
naval medical and sanitary features of Russo- 
Japanese War, Medicine and Surgery Bureau. 

Brake, Robert. 

Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 23685, to increase 
pension of Brake. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7475, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2772. 



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Brake, Robert— Continued- 
8moot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 23685, to increase pension of 
Brake. Feb. 20, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6984, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. Do Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2772. 

Brakes. See Safety appliance!. 

Braman, Henry T. 
Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 573, to increase pension 
of Braman. Jan. 30, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 571, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1541. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 573, to increase 
pension of Braman. Feb. 14, 1908. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 1254, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1541. 

Bramble, Thomas, alias. See Bramel. 

Bramel, Thomas. 
Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending hy substitute S. 244, to in- 
crease pension of Bramel, alias Thomas Bram- 
ble. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 830, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 
2, p. 1488. 

Loudenslager, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 244, to increase pen- 
sion of Bramel, alias Thomas Bramble. Feb. 
1, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 728, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1488. 
Bran. Experiment Stations Office. Wheat 
bran. (In Agriculture Dept. Farmers' bulle- 
tin 273. Dec. 19, 1906. p. 19, 20.) [Com- 
piled from Massachusetts station report, 1905, 
p. 94.] 

Branagan, Frank A. See, as insular treasurer, 

Philippine Islands, Treasury Bureau. 
Branam, William T. 

Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 5274, to in- 
crease pension of Branam. Apr. 10, 1906. 2 

E. (H. rp. 3152, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) 
tat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1869. 
Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 5274, to increase pension of 
Branam. Apr. 25, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 2857, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1869. 
Branca Island. Hydrooraphic Office. Sta. 
Luzia, Branco, and Razo. Scale naut. m.=» 
0.79 in. 11.8 X 13 in. (On Hydrographic 
Office. Cape Verde Islands; chart 2265. Nov. 
1905.) 

Brand, Charles John. New type of red clover. 

Oct. 3,1906. 48p.2il. 3 pi. (Plant Industry 

Bureau. Bulletin 95.) 
Brand, James S. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 16255, to in- 
crease pension of Brand. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 3431, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. S4, pt. 2, p. 2024. 

McCumbeb, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 16255, to increase pen- 
sion of Brand. May 14, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
3602, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2024. 



Brand, Norton F. See, as editor *f Official ga- 
zette, Philippine Islands, Official Oaxette 
Office. 

Brandau, Robert. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 051, to in- 
crease pension of Brandau, alias Brandon. 
May 14, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 4147, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2154. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 651, to increase pension of 
Brandau, alias Brandon. June 5, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 4084, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2154. 
Brandegee, Frank Bos worth, Senator from 
Connecticut. See, for reports from Committee 
on Forest Enervations and Protection of Game, 
Appalachian Mountains— Niagara Falls — Olym- 
pic forest reserve. For report from Committee 
on Indian Affairs, see Siletz Reservation. 
See also, as member of board of visitors, Naval 
Academy. 

Brandenburg, Edwin C. See, as editor, Dis- 
trict of Colombia Committee, House, Code of 
law— as in charge of bankruptcy mat tecs, Jus- 
tice Department, Bankruptcy. 

Brandenburg, Frederick H. Relation of 
weather to flow of streams. (In Monthly 
weather review, Sept. 1906. Dec. 4, 1906. 
v. 34, p. 405, 406.) 

Brandenburgh, James. Fttlkerson, F. B. 
Report from Committee on War Claims, sub- 
mitting H. R. 494, to refer H. 18189, for relief 
of heirs of Brandenburgh, to Court of Claims. 
May 11, 1906. lp. (H. rp, 4057, 68th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. G.) 

Brandon, Matthew H. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 12971, to increase 
pension of Brandon. May 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3824, 69th Cong. 1st boss. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2080. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 12971, to increase pension of 
Brandon. May 21, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3699, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. ▼. 94, 
pt. 2, p. 2080. 

Brandon, Robert, alias. See Brandau. 

Brandt, Jesse H. 
Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 12762, to in- 
crease pension of Brandt. Apr. 33, 1906. 2p. 
(H. rp. 3442, 59th Cong. 1st sosb. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1986: 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 12762, to increase pension of 
Brandt. May 7, 1906. lp. (S. rp. 3391, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1986. 

Brandy. 

Internal Revenue Commissioner. Regula- 
tions and instructions concerning withdrawal 
of grape brandy from distilleries and special 
bonded warehouses, free of tax, for fortification 
of pure sweet wines. Aug. 1906. 12 p. (Reg- 
ulations no. 28, supplement 1.) 



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Brandy— Continued. 
Jackson, G. H. Cognac brandy. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. May, 1906. no. 308, p. 80, 
81.) 

Nbedham, J. C. Report from Committee on 
Ways and Means, amending H. 16266, to 
amend existing laws relating to fortification of 
pure sweet wines. Mar. 30, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2756, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 2; 4907.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. I, p. 215. 
Ways and Means Committee. Fortified sweet 
wine, hearing on H. 15266, to amend laws re- 
lating to fortification of pure sweet wines, Mar. 
12, 1906. 1906. 19 p. 

BranitT. Edward A. Grades and amount of lum- 
ber sawed from yellow poplar, yellow birch, 
sugar maple, an d beech. 1906. 30 p. (For- 
est Service. Bulletin 73.) 

Brannan, Hattie. See, as heir, Camp, Adam. 

Bran nan, James A. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings in case of Mary A. Brannan, widow of 
James A. Brannan. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
doc. 395, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 7; 491S.) 

Brannan, Thomas. See, as heir, Camp, Adam. 

BraRner, John Casper. See, as translator, 
Derby, OrvUle Adelbert. 

Brannon, Mrs, Margaret. 

Fuller, C. E. Report fn-ni Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S3. 5545, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Brannon. Dec. 7, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 5306, 59 th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pi 2, p. 2228. 
McCumbeb, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 5545, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Brannon. June 28, 1906. 1 p. 
(8. rp. 4419, 59th Cong. 1st sess. Id v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2228. 

Branson, Alfred. 
Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 19048, to increase pension of 
Branson. Jan. 22, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5219, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2371. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 19048, to increase 
pension of Branson. Dec. 7, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5283, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. 
E. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2371. 

Brant, Mrs. Ellen M. 
Fuller, C. £. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2090, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Brant. Mar. 6, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 1956, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1718. 
McComber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 2090, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Brant. Mar. 28, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
2173, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. i. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1718. 

Brantley, William Qordon, Representative from 
Georgia. See, for reports from Committee on 
Judiciary, Circuit Courts of Appeals — Liquors. 
For views of minority of Committee on Ju- 
diciary, signed jointly with D. A. De Annond 
et al., see Indemnity. For views as member 
of Committee on Judioiary, see Liquors. For 
views as member of subcommittee of Com- 
mittee on Judiciary, see Sights of persons. 



Brantly, J. H. Patterson, J. O.- Report from 
Committee on War Claims, submitting H. R. 
186, to refer H. 8260, for relief of represent- 
atives of Brantly, to Court of Claims. Jan. 24, 
1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 536, 59th Cong. 1st seas. 
In v. A.) 

Branyan, Joseph J. 
Aiken, Wyatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 19271, to increasepen- 
sion of Branyan. Jan. 10, 1907. 1 p. (BT. rp. 
6130, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. £.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2567. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19271, to increaao pen- 
sion of Bran van. Feb. 8, 1907. I p. (S. rp. 
6470, 59th Coug. 2d seas. In v. D.J StaL L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2567. 

Braselton. William A. 
McC umber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 14470, to increase pen- 
sion of Brasel ion, Apr. 27, 190G. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 3000, 59lh Cong. 1st seas. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. V. 34, pt. 2, p. 1998. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 14470, to increase 
pension of Brasel ton. Apr. 4, 1906, 2 
(H. rp. 2847, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
8»at. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1998, 

Brasher, Lewis B. Mahov, T. M. Report from 
Committee on War Claims, submitting H. R. 
726, to refer H. 17764, for relief of Brasher, to 
Court of Claims. Jan. 9, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
6110, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 

Brass River. See Nicer Biver. 

Braun, Captain. Efficiency of Maxim machine 
gun; translated from German by Dan T. 
Moore. (In Military Information Division. 
[Publication 7 [new series], Apr, 1, 1900. 
p. 5-12,) [Extract, from Das Maxim-maschin- 
t engewehr und seine verwendung, 1903.] 

Braun, Marcus. State Department. Papers 
regarding case of Braun [and Hungariau Gov- 
ernment], Feb. 8, 1906. 21 p. (H. doc. 482, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 47; 4987,) 
See also, as special Immigrant inspector. Immi- 
gration and Naturalization Bureau. 

Brawner, George W. 
Deemer, Eli as. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring II. 7415, to increase 

L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2462. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7415, to increase pension 
of Brawner. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6143, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2462. 

Bray, John P. 
Australasia [imports and exports]. (Ia Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 

64-67.) 

Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Feb. 1906. no. 806, p. 40-43.) 

Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Apr. 1906. no. 307, p. 162-164.) 

Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
June, 1906. no. 309, p. 167, 168.) 



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Bray, John P. — Continued. 
Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

July, 1906. no. 310, p. 72-74.) 
Australia. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Aug. 1906. no. 311, p. 84-86.) 
Australia [1905]. (In Commercial relations, 

1905. 1906. p. 374.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 
445-452.) 

Australia [preferential trade with New Zealand]. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. July, 1906. 

no. 310, p. 115, 116.) 
[Australia's] foreign trade. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 73, 74.) 
British sales [etc., in Australia]. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 

35-37.) 

Collection of preferential duties [in Australia] 
suspended [etc.]. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 65-67.) 

Commonwealth of Australia. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. May, 1906. no. 308, p. 144-146.) 

Cultivation [of cotton] in Australia. (In Monthly 
cone, and trade rp. Jan. 1906. no. 304, p. 235, 
236.) 

South Australia. (In Commercial relations, 

1906. 1907 (1908]. p. 455.) 

Victoria [1905]. (In Commercial relations, 1905. 

1906. p. 378.) 
Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 

457, 458.) 

Wool industry [of Australia]. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Sept. 1906. no. 312, p. 67, 68.) 
See also Australia. 

Bray, Leah. See McDonald, John X., and 
others. 

Brazelton, Eli. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee ' on 
Pensions, favoring H. 6144, to increase pen- 
sion of Brazelton. Feb. 6, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 768, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1529. 
Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee 
on Invalid Pensions, amending H. 6144, to in- 
crease pension of Brazelton. Jan. 18, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 249. 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1529. 

Brazer, John. See Betsey, brig, Grlffln, master- 
Esther and Eliza, schooner—John, brig — 
Mary, schooner. 

Brazil. 

Budget law and customs modifications for 1906 
[translation of law]. <In American Republics 
Bureau. Monthly' bulletin. 1906. v. 22, p. 
402-416.) [From Diario oficial, Dec. 31, 
1905.] 

Same for 1907 [translation of law]. (In American 
Republics Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1907. 
v. 24, p. 274-283.) [From Diario oficial, Jan. 
1, 1907.] 

Constitution [Feb. 24, 1891}. (In American Re- 

Jiublics Bureau. American constitutions, 
uly, 1905, [published] 1906. v. 1, p. 134-190.) 
[Portuguese, English, and Spanish.] 
■ Creation of conversion office [for issuance of notes 
in return for gold coin received, decree, Dec. 
13, 1906]. (In American Republics Bureau. 
Monthly bulletin. 1907. v. 24, p. 284-290.) 



Brazil — Continued. 

Immigration and colonization in Sao Paulo. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly bul- 
letin. 1907. v. 24, p. 1112-17.) 

New mining law of state of Bahia [ translation of 
law]. (In American Republics Bureau. 
Monthly bulletin. 1906. v. 22, p. 1689-98.) 

Valorization of Brazilian coffee [translation of 
agreement between Rio de Janeiro, Minas 
Geraes, and Sao Paulo, Feb. 26, 19061. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly bul- 
letin. 1906. v. 23, p. 629-632.) 

American Republics Bureau. Brazil, from 
official and other sources. Scale 1:4,752,000. 
1905 [published 1906]. 37.8 X 36.7 in. 

Patent and trade-mark laws [of Brazil]. 

(In American Republics Bureau. Monthly 
bulletin. 1907. v. 24, p. 1107-11.) 

Anderson, G. E. Brazil. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Aug. 1906. no. 311, p. 3-12.) 

Brazil. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Sept. 1906. no. 312, p. 83, 84.) 

Brazil. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 110-115.) 

Brazil, Government requirements for [min- 
ing] companies. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 104, 105.) 

i Brazil, lack of tonnage from United States. 

(In Monthly cons, ana trade rp. Apr. 1907. 
no. 319, p. 166, 167.) 

Brazil, preferential [tariff] for United States. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1907. 
no. 319, p. 136-140.) 

Brazil, profits of [railroad] lines. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. Aug. 1906. no. 
311, p. 148-150.) 

Brazil, pushing American trade. (In 

Monthly cons, and trade rp. Oct. 1906. no. 
313, p. 55-60.) 

Brazil, shipping inferior goods, American 

exporters charged with faulty methods. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 
321, p. 81.) 

- — Brazil, state of Sao Paulo; Trade in time- 

fiiece8[etc.l. (In Monthly cons', and trade rp. 
[ay, 1907. no. 320, p. 93-102.) 
Brazil, trade in shoes and shoemaking ma- 
chinery. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
May, 1907. no. 320, p. 160-168.) 

Brazilian trade [in meat]. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 160, 
161.) 

[Cotton-goods trade in] Brazil. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 
18-26.) 

— — Wild rubber interests [in Brazil] fear plan- 
tation competition. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 189-191.) 

Hutchinson, Lincoln. Report on trade con- 
ditions in Brazil. 1906. 116 p. (Commerce 
and Labor Dept.) 

Same. Jan. 22, 1906. 116 p. (S. doc. 164, 

59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. 4; 4»18.) 
Manufactures Bureau. Brazil, {in Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. June, 1906. no. 309, p. 

26-28.) [Reports by two consular officers.] 
Brazil. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 94-99.) 



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Brazil — Continued . 

Manufacture* Bureau. Brazil. (In Monthly 
eons, and trade rp. Jan. 1907. bo. 316, p. 
174-176.) [Reports by two consular officers.] 

—Z— Brazil. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Teb. 1907. no. 317, p. 45-48.) [Articles by 
G. £. Anderson and others.] 

Brazil, foreign commerce. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1907. no. 318, p. 143, 
144.) [Reports by two consular officers.] 

Brazil [1905]. (In Commercial relations, 

1905. 1906. p. 307-309.) [Reports by con- 
sular officers on commerce of Brazil and San- 
tos.] 

Same [19061. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. 

p. 166-179.) [Reports by consular officers on 
commerce of Brazil, Bahia, Para, Pernambuco, 
Rio de Janeiro, and Santos.] 

Republic of Brazil. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp. July, 1906. no. 810, p. 13-19.) [Re- 
ports by two consular officers.] 

Richardson, Charles. Brazil, Opposition to 
protective measures. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Jan. 1906. no. 304, p. 220, 221.) 

Skeoer, Eugene. Brazil. (In Monthly cofis. 
and trade rp. Feb. 1906. no. 305, p. 63-66.) 

State Department. Brazil. (In State Dept. 
Foreign relations, 1905. 1906. p. 97-103.) 

Same. (In same, 1906. 1909. pt. 1, p. 

109-139.) 

Estimate of appropriation for 2d secretary 

of embassy to Brazil. Mar. 27, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 658, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 49; 
4989.) 

Stone, N. I. Tariffs, Brazil. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 
153-158.) 

See also Agricultural products— American Re- 
publics Bureau — Bororfia — Brazilian flax — Cat- 
tle— Coffee — Corals — Diamonds — Fruit — 
India-rubber — Laundries — Metals — Min- 
erals — Patents — Pianos — Seed distribu- 
tion— Sugar — Trade-marks — Vehicles — 
Wire. 
Brazilian flax. 

Anderson, G. E. New linen plant [Canhamo 
Brazilensis Perini in Brazil]! (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Sept. 1906. no. 312, p. 
94-97.) 

Same, with omissions. (In American Re- 
publics Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1906. 
v. 23, p. 633, 634.) 

New linen plant [Canhamo Brazilensis Pe- 
rini in Brazil]. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 147, 148.) 

Pecanha, Nilo. Report on Perini fiber [Can- 
hamo Brazilensis Perini in Brazil]. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly bulle- 
tin. 1906. v. 23, p. 1183, 1184.) 

Brazos River. Engineer Department. Re- 
port of examination of river, from, old. Wash- 
ington to Waco, Tex. Apr. .18, 1906. 13 p. 
1 pi. (H. doc. 705, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
49; 4*89.) 

Bread. 

Atwater, H. W. Bread and principles of bread 
making. Revised Oct. 15, 1906. 1906. 40 
p. 7 il. (Experiment Stations Office; Agri- 
culture Dept., Farmers' bulletin 112.) 



Bread — Continued. 
Snyder, Harry. Studies on digestibility and 
nutritive value of bread and of macaroni [and 
a durum wheat breakfast food] at University of 
Minnesota, 1903-05. 1905. 80 p. 1 il. 4 pi. 
(Experiment Stations Office. Bulletin 156.) 

Breadstuff's. See Flour — Grain. 

Breakbone fever. See Dengue. 

Breakfast foods. 
Brittain, J. I. American goods in Europe, 
chance to sell cereal foods. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 124, 125.) 
Experiment Stations Office. Cereal break- 
fast foods. (In Agriculture Dept. Farmers' 
bulletin 237. 1905. p. 14-18J [Compiled 
from Maine station bulletin 118.] 
Snyder, Harry. Studies on digestibility and 
nutritive value of bread and of macaroni [and 
a durum wheat breakfast food] at University 
of Minnesota, 1903-05. 1905. 80 p. 1 il. 4 pi. 
(Experiment Stations Office. Bulletin 156.) 
Woods, C. D., and Snyder, Harry. Cereal 
breakfast foods. 1906. 36 p. (Experiment 
Stations Office; Agriculture Dept., Farmers' 
bulletin 249.) 

Breast, James. See Emmons, Richard, and 
others. 

Breazeale, Prank. 
La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 21882, to increase 
pension of Breazeale. Jan. 31, 1907. 1 p. 
(8. rp. 5868, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. O.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2522. 
Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 21882, to increase pension 
of Breazeale. Jan. 10, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
6161, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2522. 

Breazeale, James Frank. See, as joint author, 
Livingston, Burton Edward. 

Breckenridge, Clifton Rhodes. See, as com- 
missioner, Five Civilized Tribes Commission. 

Breckenridge, Lester Paige. 
Boiler tests [of coal at coal-testing plant of Geo- 
logical Surrey at Louisiana Purchase Exposi- 
tion, St. Louis, Mo,, 1904]. (In Geological 
Survey. Professional paper 48. 1906. p. 
301-979, 93 il. 4 pi.) 
Steaming tests [of coal at fuel-testing plant of 
Geological Survey at St. Louis, Mo., May 1- 
Dec. 31, 1905]. (In Geological Survey. Bul- 
letin 290. 1906. p. 33-35.) 

Breckenridge, Lucy L. See, as heir, Long, Ste- 
phen H., and others. 

Breckenridge, Samuel M. 
Dixon. Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7636, to increase 
pension of Breckenridge. Feb. 19, 1907. lp. 
(H. rp. 7907, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2720. 

- La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 7636, to increase pen- 
sion of Breckenridge. Feb. 6, 1907. lp. (S. 
rp. 6234, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. C.) -Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2720. 

Breckenridge, William C. 
Caldbrhead, W. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 217, to increase 
pension of Breckenridge. Jan. 22, 1906. : 1 p. 
(H. rp. 456, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1450. 



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Breckenrtdge, William C— Continued- 

Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 217, to increase pension of 
Breckenridge. Jan. 8, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 
93, 59th Cong, let seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1450. 
Breden, John. 

Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 1213, to increase 
peusion of Breden. Jan. IS, 190(i. 2 p. (H. 
rp, 257, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. A.) Stat. 
£i v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1514. 

McCuMBF.it. P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 1213, to increase pension 
of Breden. Feb. 6, 190G. 2 p. B, rp. 727, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1514. 
Breech mechanism. 

Ordnance Bureau. Specifications fur manu- 
facture of 6-inch, mark 8, mod. 1; 7-inch, 
mark 2; 8-inch, mark 6; and 12-inch, mark 5, 
gun.«: and breech mechanisms. [Apr. 30, 
1907.) 4 p. 12° 

Tabic of marks and modifications of 1, 3, 

and ti pounder guns, breech mechanisms, and 
mounts. Dec. 1905. 5 p. 4" (Ordnance pam- 
phlet 64.) 

Breeden, Lucy. See Prultt, Robert, and others. 

Breeding. See Alligator— Bees— Birds— Cattle- 
Corn — Domestic animals — Hogs — Horses — 
Pipe-fish — Sheer — Tobacco. 

Bregazzi, Ernest. See, as heir, Shirley, Walter, 

and others. 
Breighner, John Lewis Bernard. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 18052, to pension 
. Breighner. Apr. 30, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
3687, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. P.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2095. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 18052, to pension Breighner. 
May 21, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3701, 69th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 2, p. 
2095. 

Bremen, Germany. Fbk, W. T. Bremen, its 
manufacturing interests. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 12, 13.) 
Bremmer, Mrs. Lizzie. 

Dickson , F. 8. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 10457, to pension Mrs. 
Bremmer. Jan. 25, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 569, 
59th Cong. 1st aess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1596. 

Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 10467, to pension Mas. 
Bremmer. Feb. 13, 1906. 2 p. ,(S. rp. 890, 
69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1596. 
Brenizer, Henry. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 16806, to in- 
crease pension of Brenizer. Apr. 7, 1906. 2p. 
(H. rp. 2970, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2035. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 16606, to increase pension of 
Brenizer. Apr. 28, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3070, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2035. 



Brenner, Joseph A. See, as administrator, 
Carter, Charles X., and others. 

Brent, Charles Henry. See, as member, Opium 
Committee. 

Brenton, Oliver. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring 8. 3640, to increase 
pension of Brenton. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2077, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1658. 

MoCumbeb, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 3640, to increase pen- 
sion of Brenton. Feb. 19, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 
1046, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1658. 
Brewer, Daniel. Lis, Gordon. Report from 
Committee on War Claims, submitting H. R. 
327, to refer H. 4572, for relief of estate of 
Brewer, to Court of Claims. Feb. 21, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 1620, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In 
v. C.) 

Brewer, H. C. See Prultt, Robert, and others. 
Brewer, Horatio S. 

McCumbeb, P. J. Report from Committee on 
■ Pensions, amending S. 4501, to increase pen- 
sion of Brewer. Jan. 28, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
5574, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2679. 
Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 4501, to increase 
pension of Brewer. Feb. 19, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7729, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2679. 

Brewer, John. Court of Claims. Findings in 
case of Sarah Brewer, widow of John Brewer. 
Dec. 14, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 307, 59th Cong. 
2d sese. In v. 50; 6158.) 

Brewer, John J. 
Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 10611, to pension Brewer. 
Feb. 13, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 912, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1596. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 10611, to pension 
Brewer. Jan. 18, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 289, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1596. 

Brewer, Valentine S. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings. Dec. 11, 1905. 2 p. (H. doc. 116, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 45; 4985.) 

Brewer, William I. 

Louden slaoer, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 5669, to increase pen- 
sion of Brewer. May 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
3994, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G7) Stat. 1. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1956. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 5659, to increase pension 
of Brewer. Apr. 16, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2668. 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 8t»t. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1966. 

Brewerton, Sidney S, 
Burkett, E. J. _ Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 17608, to increase pen- 
sion of Brewerton. Apr. 25, 1906. 1 p. (8. 
rp. 2871, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1918. 



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Brewerton, Sidney S. — Continued. 
Calderhead, W. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 17008, to in- 
crease pension of Brewerton. Apr. 7, 1906. 

1 p. (H. rp. 2890, 59th Cong. 1st sese. In v. 
E.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1918. 

Brewing. See Beer and malt liquors. 

Brewington, Raiford. Court or Claims. Find- 
ingB in case of Hardy A. Brewington, adminis- 
trator of Raiford Brewington. June 2, 1906. 

2 p. (S. doc. 471, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. 
8; 4916.) 

Brewster, George. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 4133, to increase 
pension of Brewster. May 29, 1986- 1 p. 
(H. rp. 4401, 59th Cong, let sese. In H.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2122. 
G earth, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen-' 
sions, amending 8. 4133, to increase pension of 
Brewster. Apr. 30, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3239, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. t. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2122. 

Brewster, Harry H. President or United 
States. Executive order [authorizing transfer 
of Brewster from post-office at South St. 
Joseph, Mo., to post-office at St. Joseph, Mo.]. 
Apr. 14, 1906. 1 p. f> 

Brewster, Isaac. See, as administrator, Bird, 
schooner. 

Briant, Charles C. 
Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 8823, to increase 
pension of Briant. Mar. 5, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 1897, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1734. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 8823, to increase pen- 
sion of Briant. Mar. 28, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2166, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1734. 

Briar-wood. See Brier-wood. 

Brice, Arthur T. See, as treasurer, District of 
Colombia, Central Dispensary and Emergency 
Hospital. 

Brick, Abraham Lincoln, Representative from 
Indiana. See, for reports from Committee on 
Territories, Alaska, Delegate — Alaska, Came — 
Council City and Solomon. Baver BaUmad— 
▼aides, Marshall Pass and No rtm em BaUroad. 
For conference report, sea Alaska, Delegate. 

Brick, Mrs. Mary A. 
Chanet, C. J. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 22717, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Brick. Jan. 7, 1907. 1 p. 
CEL. rp. 5652, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2405. 
McCumber, P. J: Repertfrom Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22717, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Brick. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 5351, 59th Cong. 2d sess., In v. B.) Stat. 
E. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2405- 

Brick. Middlbtqn, Jefferson; Statistics of 
clay-working industries in United States, 
[calendar year] 1904. 1905. 90 p. 
Same, with omissions. (In Geological Sur- 
vey. Mineral resources, 1904. 1905. p. 843- 
908.) 

Same, 1905. 1906. 62 p. . 



Brick — Continued . 

Mtddleton, Jefferson. Same. (In same, 1905. 
1906 [1907]. p. 945-1002.) 

See also Briquets— Limestone brick. 
Brickett, George E. 

Burn ham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10i2, to increase pension 
of Brickett. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 383, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1430. 

Soxloway, C. A. Report from Committee °o 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 10U2, to in- 
crease pension of Brickett. Jan. 9, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. HI, 50th Cong, 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1430. 
Brick wood, Albert William, jr. 

Economic conditions in Sonera. (In American 
Republics Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1906. 
v. 22, p. 466-170.) 

Industrial life in Nogaloa. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp, Dec, 1)06. no. 315, p. 106-108.) 

Mining, commerce, and industry in Sonora. (In 
American Republics Bureau. Monthly bul- 
letin. 1909. v. 23, p. 913-916.) 

Nogales. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 1907 
[1908], p. 99, 100.) 

Projected railroad in Sonora. (In American 
Republics Bureau. Monthly bulletin. 1906. 
v. 23, p. 91», 920.) 

Republic of Mexico, opportunities for Ameri- 
cans in Sonora. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Feb. 1906. no. 305, p. 70-73.) 

Tradf! conditions in Sonora. (In Monthlv cons, 
and trade rp. Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 42-44.) 
Bridaham, John Q. 

Dbemeu, Elias. Report from Committee tm 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6005, to increase 

Esion of Bridaham. Jan. 8, 1907. 2 p. 
rp. 5974, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
t. L. v. 34, pt, 2, p, 2270. 
Scott, N. B. Report, from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 6005, to increase pension 
of Bridaham. Dec. 11, 1906 . 2 p. (S. rp. 
4618, 59tn Cong. 2d seas. In v. A.) Stat. L, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2270. 
Bridge, Gifford M. 
Shoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 23733, to increase pension of 

6 W„ B F l«\Tv.L5'£,'£:v 6 1!: 

pt. 2, p. 2773, 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 23733, to in- 
crease pension of Bridge. Feb. 7, 1907. 2 p. 
(II. rp. 7414, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2773. 
Bridge, Matthew. See Bub?, brig. 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
Engineer Department. Report of examina- 
tion of harbor. Dec. 11, 1936. 8 p. (H. doc. 
275, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 60; Sin.) 
— — Report of survey of harbor. Jan. 18, 1907. 
5 p. map. (H. doc. 521, 59th Cong. 2d sess. 
In v. 51; MM.) 
Bridges, Nancy N. B. Court op Claims. Find* 
inga in case of John Smith, administrator of 
Nancy N. B. Bridges. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. doc. 165, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 48; 
. 6W13) 



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Bridges, William. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2168, to increase 
pension of Bridges. Apr. 16, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3250, 59th Cong. 1st bobs. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1962. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 2168, to increase pen- 
sion of Bridges. May 7, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
3347, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1962. 

Bridges. 

Engineer Department. Bridging navigable 
waters of United States; [and] Bridges ob- 
structing navigation [1905]. (In Engineer 
Dept. Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 1, p. 719-730.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1906. pt. 

1, p. 798-810.) 

Laws affecting Corps of Engineers, 58th 

Congress, 3d session. (In Engineer Dept. 
Report, 1905. 1905. pt. 3, p. 2847-3002.) 

Same, separate. 1905. 2847-3002+ix p. 

Same, 59th Congress, 1st session. (In same, 

1906. 1906. pt. 2, p. 2281-2468.) 

Same, separate. 1906. 2281-2468 + xvi p. 

Light-House Board. Regulations for lighting 
bridges over navigable rivers, 1904. 1905. 18 
p. 7 pi. 4° 

Same, 1907. 1907. 19 p. 7 pi. 4" 

Wangbr, I. P. Report from Committee on In- 
terstate and Foreign Commerce, amending H. 
6009, to regulate construction of bridges over 
navigable waters. Jan. 11, 1906. 3 p. (H. 
rp. 182, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 1; 1906.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 84. 

See also Alaska, Roads — Allegheny River — 
Arkansas River — Ashley Eiver — Back River — 
Bartholomew, Bayou— Blaok River, Ark. — 
Calumet Elver- Chattahoochee River- Chick- 
amauga and Chattanoga National Military 
Park Commission — Caoctawhatohee River — 
Clinch River— Coldwater River — Columbia 
River — Controller Bay — Coosa River — Copper 
River — Cumberland River — D'Ar bonne, 
Bayou— Delaware River— District of Columbia, 
Aqueduct Bridge — District of Columbia, 
Bridges— Escambia River— Escatawpa Eiver — 
Fourche la lave Elver— Fowl Eiver— Gascon- 
ade Eiver— Gila Eiver Grand Calumet River— 
Grant Pa s s— Hoi ston Eiver - Kent ueky Eiver — 
Little Eiver, Ark,— Manati Eiver— Mississippi 
Eiver— Missouri Eiver— Monongahels Eiver — 

' Ohio River — Ouachita Eiver — Pearl River — 
Fend Oreille Eiver— Perdido River — Potomac 
River— Rainy River— Red River— Red River 
of the North— Rehoboth — Roanoke River — 
Rock Island, 111, — Sabine River— St. Andrews 
Bay— St. Francis River— Snake River— Sun- 
flower River— Tallahatchie River— Tennessee 
Elver— TomhJgbee River— Tag Fork — Tugaloo 
Rivet — Wabash River — Tazoo River — Yellow- 
stone River. 

Bridgman, Qeorge H. Jamaica. (In Commer- 
cial relations, 1905. 1906. p. 299, 300.) 
Bridivell, Ezekiel, misprint. See BrldweU. 
Brktwell, ErekW. 

HoIudat, E. S. Report from Committee on 
' Invalid Pensions, amending H. 1182,- to in- 
creasepension of Bridwell. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 
p. (BT.rp. 3464, 59th Cong. 1st seas. Inv.F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1960. 



Bridwell, Ezekiel— Continued. 
McCumbbh, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 1182, to increase pension 
of Bridwell. May 7, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3344, 
59th Cong. 1 st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1960. 

Brie cheese. See Cheese, 

Brief statement of reasons why prohibition of 
liquor traffic should be continued policy in 
Indian Territory after inauguration of state- 
hood. Mar. 15, 1905. 10 p. (S. doc. 5, 59th 
Cong, special sees. In v. 2; 4910.) 

Brien, E. L. See, as administrator, Nagle, Mary 
Asa. 

Brier Creek. Engineer Department. Report 
of examination of Brier Creek, Ga. Dec. 11, 
1905. 3 p. (H. doc. 143, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 45; 4886.) 

Brier-wood. Manufactures Bureau. Demand 
for briarwood. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 216, 217.) 
See also Pipes, for smoking. 

Brierhill, N. Y. Geological Survey. New 
York, Brier Hill quadrangle, lat. 44° 30 / -44° 
45 / ,long.75°30'-7S 0 45 / . Scale 1:62, 500, con- 
tour interval 20 ft. Edition of Apr. 1°06. 
17.5X12.6 in. 

Brigance, Wiley B. Lee, Gordon. Report from 
Committee on War Claims, submitting H. R. 
220, to refer H. 7640, for relief of estate of 
Brigance, to Court of Claims. Feb. 6, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 1016, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
B.) 

Briggs, Erastus W. 

Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18038, to increase pen- 
sion of Briggs. May 31, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3945, 59th Cong, lat sess. In v. Q.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2094. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 18038, to in- 
crease pension of Briggs. May 8, 1906. 2 p. 
CEL. rp. 3879, 59th Cong. 1st sesB. In v. F.) 
• Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2094. 

Briggs, John Bradford. Court of Claims. 
Findings. Apr. 21, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 371, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 7; 4915.) 

Briggs, Mrs. Minerva. 
Chan by, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 144, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Briggs. Jan. 22, 1006. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 443, 60th Cong. 1st sees. . In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1447. 

McC umber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 144, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Briggs. Jan. 8, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
43, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In V, A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1447. 

Briggs, Wells. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 5643, to increase pension 
of Briggs. Jan. 30, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 539, ' 
69th Cong. 1st seise. It v. A,.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1469. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 5643, to increase 
pension of Briggs. Jan. 13, 1906. 2 p. (B~. 
rp. 188, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 8tet. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1469. 



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Brigham, Sidney S. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 3402, to increase pension 
of Brigham. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 376, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1438. 

Lindsay, O. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 3402, to increase 
pension of Brigham. Jan. 9, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 126, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1438. 
Bright, Frederick I. 

Hudderefield. (In Commercial relations, 1906. 
1907 [1908]. p. 706, 707.) 

Hudderefield. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 64, 65.) 

Silverware [in Hudderefield]. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Nov. 1906. no. 314, p. 13-15.) 
Bright, Mrs. Mary Q. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 21, to pension Mrs. 
Bright. Jan. 8, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 62, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 1445. 

Loudenslaoer, H. C. Report from Committee 
6n Pensions, favoring S. 21, to pension Mrs. 
Bright. Jan. 25, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 576, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1445. 

Bright Angel Canyon. Geological Survey. 
Arizona, Bright Angel quadrangle, lat. 36°-36° 
15', long. 112°-112 8 15'. Scale 1:48,000, con- 
tour interval 50 ft. Edition of May, 1906. 
22.7 X 18.5 in. [No description on reverse.] 

Brightwood Railway. See District of Columbia. 

Briley, Joseph A. Court or Claims. Findings. 
Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 163, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. 48; 5151.) 

Brimstone. See Sulphur. 

Brinckerhoff, Walter R. President op United 
States. Executive order [authorising ap- 
pointment of Brinckerhoff as chief or director 
of hospital station and laboratory established 
under act approved Mar. 3, 1905, for investiga- 
tion of leprosy, with reference to care and 
treatment of lepers in Hawaii, subject to non- 
competitive examination by Civil Service 
Commission]. Jan. 16, 1906. 1 p. f° [Order 
reads. incorrectly Brinckenhoff .] 
and Tyzzer, E. E. Studies upon experimental 
variola and vaccinia in quadrumana, with in- 
troduction by W. T. Councilman [with bib- 
liography]. ( In Philippine journal of science, 
Apr. 1906. Manila, 1906. v. 1, no. 3, p. 
239-347, 2 il. 8 pi.) 

Brink, Andrew. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 16020, to in- 
crease pension of Brink. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 6256, 59th Cong. 3d seas. In v. C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2474. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 16020, to increase pen- 
sion of Brink. Feb. 5, 1907. 2 p. (8. rp. 
6110, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2474. 

Brinker, Mrs. Sarah A. 
Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 11565, to pension 
Mrs. Brinker. Apr. 4, 1906. 2 x>. (H. rp. 
2860, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v: 34, pt. 2, p. 1886. 



Brinker, Mrs. Sarah A. — Continued. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 11565, to pension Mrs. 
Brinker. Apr. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2891, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. £. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1886. 
Brinkley, John. 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 9130, to increase pen- 
sion of Brinkley. Feb. 2, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
618, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1480. 

Lonoworth, Nicholas. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending H. 9130, to increase 
pension of Brinkley. Jan. 10, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 179, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1480. 
Brinton, George W. 

Fuller, C. ET Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 20618, to in- 
crease pension of Brinton. Jan. 7, 1907. 2p. 
(H. rp. 5747, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2580. 

Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 20618, to increase pension of 
Brinton. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5723, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2580. 
Briquets. 

Ho lm e b , J . A , B riquettin g teste [at mel -t<»ting 
plant of Geological Survey at St. Louie, Mo., 
May 1-Doc. $% 1905, with partial bibliog- 
raphy]. (In Geological Survey. Bulletin 
290. 190(3. p. 40-52.) 
Parker, B. W. Condition of coal-briquettinc 
industry in United Slates. (In Geological 
Survey. Bulletin 316. 1907. p. *60-485.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. General 

papers on producer-gas power jJant, [etc.]. 
1907 [1908 J.) 
Pratt, J. H. Briquetting tests [at coal-testing 
plant of Geological Survey at Louisiana Pur- 
chase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., 1904]. (In 
Geological Survey. Professional paper 48. 
1906. p. 1389-1459, 2 pi.) 

Brisco, Mrs. Martha J. 
Dbemer, Ellas. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3667, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Brisco. Feb. 19, 1906. 2 p. 
[H. rp. 1464, 69th Cong. 1st seas. In v, C.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt, 2, p. 1560. 
Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen* 
etons, amending 8. 8667, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Brisco. Feb. 6, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 688, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1560. 

Briscoe, H. L. See, as heir, Shirley, Maria. 

Bristersburg, Va. Court op Claims. Find- 
ings in case of [trustees of] Zoar Baptist Church, 
Bristersburg. Mar. 26, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 
291, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 6; 4914.) 

Bristletail. See Ltplsma. 

Bristol, Mrs. Dora-T. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 22428, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bristol. Feb. 6, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6300, 69th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 0.) Stat 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2540. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 22428, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Bristol. Jan. 21, 1907. 
1 p. (a. rp. 6500, 59th Cong. 2d sess. Ip v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2540. 



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Bristol, James Edward. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 21303, to increase pen- 
sion of Bristol. Jan. 31, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5857, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2501. 
Holliday, E, S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 21303, to in- 
crease pension of Bristol. Dec. 19, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5566, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2501. 

Bristol, ship. Court of Claims. Conclusions 
of law and fact in French spoliation cases re- 
lating to ship, Edward Smith, master. Mar. 
19, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 637, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. 49; 4089.) 

Bristolville, Ohio. Geological Subvet. Ohio, 
Bristolville quadrangle, lat. 41° W-4l° 30', 
long. 80° 4y-81°. Scale 1:62,500, contour 
interval 20 ft. Edition of Feb. 1907. 17.5 X 
13.2 in. 

Bristow, Joseph L. See Panama Railroad Com- 
missioner, Special. 
British America. See Canada. 
British and south African export gazette. 

German gains [secret of Germany's success in 

Africa]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Jan. 

1907. no. 316, p. 127, 128.) 
South Africa, trade of [1906]. (In Monthly cons. 

and trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 84-86.) 
British Columbia. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey. [British Co- 

lumbial northwest coast of America, sheet 1, 

Cape Flattery to Dixon Entrance; chart 7000. 

Scale 1:1,200,000. Jan. 1906, first published 

1868. 26.2 X 34.1 in. 
Same. May, 1907, first published 1868. 

26.2 X 34.1 in. 
Dudley, L. E. British Columbia. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. Jan. 1906. no. 304, p. 

168-170.) 

Trading agency established [in British 

Columbia]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 
Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 99.) 

Grasshah, R. T. Dry chinook in British Co- 
lumbia. (In Monthly weather review, Apr. 
1907. June 24, 1907. v. 36, p. 176.) 

Hydrooratoic Office. Coast of British Co- 
lumbia from Juan de Fuca Strait to Portland 
Canal, with Vancouver and Queen Charlotte 
islands. 2d edition [by Glennie Tarbox]. 
1907. 654 p. 14 U. map. ([Publication] 96.) 

- — Waters between Vancouver Island and 
mainland, B. O, Goletas Channel to Brough- 
ton Strait, from British surveys between 1901 
and 1903; chart 2236. Scale naut. m.«1.98 
in. Aug. 1905. 28.9 X 40.3 in. 

Lxitr, C. K. Iron ores of western United States 
and British Columbia. (In Geological Survey. 
Bulletin 285. 1906. p. 194-200.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. InvestigBx 

tions relating to iron ores, [calendar year] 1905.) 

Manufactures Bureau. British Columbia 
[19051. (In Commercial relations, 1905. 1906. 
p. 232-238.) [Reports by consular officers on 
commerce of Vancouver and Victoria.] 

Same [19061. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. 

p. 35-42.) [Reports by consular officers on 

' commerce, of Fernle, Nelson, Rossland, Van- 
couver, and Victoria.] 



British Columbia — Continued 
Ohrbn, G. A. British Columbia. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Oct. 1906. no. 313, p. 52, 
53.) 

Smith, A. E. Americans developing the great 

northwest. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

Mar. 1906. no. 306, p. 16, 17.) 
British Columbia. (In Monthly cons, and 

trade rp, Dec. 1906. no. 315, p. 104, 105.) 
British Columbia, record year in mining. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. June, 1906. 

no. 309, p. 53, 54.) 

New laws in British Columbia, increased 

American investments. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. June, 1907. no. 321, p. 90, 91.) 
See also By-products. 
British Bast Africa. See Africa, Eastern. 
British Empire. See Great Britain. 
British Ouiana. 
McMackin, John. British Guiana. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Mar. 1906. no. 306, p. 
68-72.) F 

British Guiana [cacao and rubber cultiva- 
tion]. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Aug. 
1906. no. 311, p. 121, 122.) 

Mitchell, Donald. British Guiana [1906]. (In 
Commercial relations, 1905. 1906. p. 310- 
312.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. 

p. 181, 182.) 1 

British Honduras. 

Avery, W. L. British Honduras. (In Monthly 

cons, and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 

89-*l.) * 
British Honduras [1905]. (In Commercial 

relations, 1905. 1906. p. 278, 279.) 
Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907119081. 

p. 108-110.) 

British Honduras, trade with United States. 

(In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Oct. 1906. 
no. 313, p. 65, 66.) 
British India. See India. 
British Isles. See Great Britain. 
British North Borneo. 
Maynard, Lestsr. British North Borneo. (In 
Commercial relations, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 
253.) 1 * 

— British North Borneo, foreign trade. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 
319, p. 64, 66.) 

British North Borneo, 2 new [railroad] lines 

to be constructed. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Apr. 1907. no. 319, p. 161.) 

British West Indies. See West Indies. 

Brittain, Carlo Bonaparte. See, as member of 
board, Boats— Drill. 

Brittain, Joseph I. 

American goods in Europe, chance to sell cereal 
foods. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Oct. 
1906. no. 313, p. 124, 125.) 

Coal trust [in Germany], fin Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Dec. 1906. no'. 315, p. 76, 77.) 

Colonial trade [of Germany]. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Sept. 1906. no. 312, p. 17, 18.) 

Deepening the Rhine (In Monthly cons, and 
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Brittain, Joseph I.— Continued. 
V Experiments to reduce dram drinking [among 
employees of German railroads]. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Feb. 1906. no. 805, p. 98 . 
Germans eat less meat [than formerly]; Food 
adulteration in Germany, (In Monthly cons.) 
and trade rp. July, 1906. no. 310, p. 156-158.) 
[Germany.] (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. 

July, 1906. no. 310, p. 88-90.) 
Germany, spinners fear English competition in 
yarns. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 
1906. no. 308, p. 15, 16.) 
Kehl [1905]. (In Commercial relations, 1905. 

1906. p. 431, 482.) 
Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. 

p. 566, 567.) 
Labeling machines. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. Aug. 1906. no. 311, p. 46, 47.) 
Britton, Alexander. See, as treasurer, District 
of Columbia, Washington Hospital for Found- 
lings. 
Britton, Daniel. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 1069, to increase 
pension of Britton. Mar. 12, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2221, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1773. 
Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 1069, to increase pension of 
Britton. Apr. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2439, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D7) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1773. 
Britton, John C. See, as joint author, Living- 
ston, Burton Edward. 
Britton, Wilton E. 
Destroying woolly maple-leaf scale by spraying. 
(In Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 60. Sept. 



e 



:, 1906. p. 161, 162.) 
Occurrence of gipsy moth in Connecticut. (In 
Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 67. Nov. 25, 
1907. p. 22-26.) 
Tests of lime-sulphur washes in Connecticut in 
1905. (In Entomology Bureau. Bulletin 60. 
Sept. 22, 1906. p. 136, 137.) 
Broad, John. 
Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 2468, to increase pension of 
Broad. Apr. 9, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 2447, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1776. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2468, to increase 
pension of Broad. Mar. 20, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2432, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1776. 
Broad Creek River. Hoxie, R. L. Annual re- 
port upon improvement of Patapsco River and 
Baltimore Harbor, Md., of rivers and harbors 
in Maryland on eastern shore of Chesapeake 
Bay, of Nanticoke River, and of Broad Creek 
River, 1905. (In Engineer Dept. Report, 
1905. 1905. pt. I, p. 186-202, 1125-47.) 
Same, separate. 

Same, 1906. (In same, 1906. 1906. pt. 1, 

p. 196-215, 1071-90.) 

Same, separate. 

Broad rate review, opinions of interstate com- 
merce commissioners. Apr. 21, 1906. 6 p. 
(8. doc. 394, 59th Cong, lstsess. In v. 7: 4916.) 
[From Washington post, Apr. 20, 1906.J 

H. Doc. 830, 59-2 12 



Broad Run Baptist Church. See Fauquier 

County. 

Broad bent, Robert. Mallory, S. R. Report 
from Committee on Commerce, favoring S. 
7706, for relief of Broadbont, Barger Hoist, 
James A. Dunham, Byron Dawloy, Axel Ro- 
sendahl, and Will J. Elliott. Jan. 25, 1907. 2 
p. (S. rp. 5465, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 
Broad head, Edgar. Court op Claims. Find- 
ings in caso of Caroline H. Broadhead, widow of 
Edgar Broadhead. Apr. 21, 1906. 2 p. (S.doc. 
386, 59th Cong. 1st ease. In v. 7; 4916,) 
Broad kill Creek. Engineer Department. Re- 
ports of examination and survey of creek. 
Dec. 10, 1906. 12 p. map. (H. doc. 214, 59th 
Cong, 2d eesa. In v. 49; 6183.) 
Broadwater County, Mont. See Missouri Elver. 
Broadway, John H. 
McLain, F. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 18262, to increase pension 
of Broadway. May 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
3951, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2097, 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18262, to increase pen- 
sion of Broadway. May 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 3777, 59th Contr. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. 
L, v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2097. 
Broadway Baptist Church. Sec Ardmore. 
Broad well, John A. 
Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 4102, to increase pension 
of Broadwell. Mar. IB, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1815. 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat, t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1846, 
Hopkins, F. A. Report from Commi tlee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S, 4102, to increase 
pension of Broadwell. Apr. 10, 1906. 
?H. rp. 3081, 59th Cong, 1st sess. In v 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1846, 
Broad y, Mrs. Florence E. President of United 
States. Executive order [authorizing ap- 
pointment of Mrs. Broady to position in Gov- 
ernment Printing Office without civil -service 
examination]. July 30, 190G. 1 p. f° 
Brock, David M. See, as engineer, Mississippi 

River Commission. 
Brockman, Washington. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 5808, to increase 
pension of Brockman. May 29, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 4540, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. tf.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2134. 
McCumbbr, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 5808, to increase pen- 
sion of Brockman. May 14, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
. 3495, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. 
. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2134. 
Brockmann, Paul Traugott. See, as trans- 
lator, Germany. 
Brockway, Mrs. Sue A. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8 . 7708, to increase pen- 
sion of Mb. Brockway. Feb. 4, 1907. 
(S. rp. 6040, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2724. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 7708, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Brockway. Feb. 19, 1901. 1 
p. (BL rp. 7921, 59th Cong. 2d sess. Inv.E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2724. 



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Brodle, Alexander Oswald. See, as member, 
Church Claims Board. 

Brodle, David A. Louisiana, Arkansas, and 
northeastern Texas [diversified farming]. (In 
Agriculture Dept. Yearbook, 1905. 1906. p. 
207-212, 8 pi.) 
Same. (In Plant Industry Bureau. Diversified 

(arming in cotton belt. [1906.]) 
and ..McClelland, C. K. Diversified tanning 
under plantation system. June 13, 1907. 
14 + ii p. (Plant Industry Bureau; Agricul- 
ture Dept., Farmers' bulletin 299.) 

Brodic, Peter H. 
Dicx, Charles. Report from Committee on 
Naval Affairs, amending S. 2400, to correct 
naval record of Brodie, alias Patrick Torbett. 
Jan. 29, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp, 584*!, 59th Cong. 
2d seas. In v. B.) 
Thou as, W. A. Report from Committee on 
Naval Affairs, favoring S. 2400, to correct naval 
record of Brodie, alias Patrick Torbett. Mar. 
1, 1907. 2 p. (II. rp. 8154, 59th Cong. 2d se*. 
In v. B.j 

Brodowski, Theophil. 
Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 19216, to increase 
pension of Brodowski. Dec. 7, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5282, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2371. 
Gearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 19216, to increase pension of 
Brodowski. Jan. 22, 1907. lp. (S. rp. 5218, 
59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2371. 

B rod rick, C. T. Fog on Newfoundland banks 
[with bibliography]. (In Monthly weather 
review, Feb. 1907. May 8, 1907. v. 35, p. 
76-78.) 

Brody, James. 
Fuller, ('. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending II . 5939, to increase 
pension of Brody. Jan. 13, 1906. 2 p. iH. 
rp. 232, 59th Cong, lat Beds. Ln v. A.) Suit,. 
El v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1470. 
McCumber, P. .1, Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 5939, to increase pension 
of Brody. Jan. 30, 1906. 1 p. (S, rp. 526, 
59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1470. 

Brokers. See Custom-house brokers. 

Brome-grass. Plant Industry Bureau. Res- 
cue grass, bromus unioloides. [1907.] 1 p. 

Bromelia fiber. American Republics Bureau. 
Bromelia fiber. (In American Republics Bu- 
reau. Monthly bulletin. 1906. v. 22, p. 
473, 474.) 

Bromine. Merrill, F. J. H. Production of 
bromine, [calendar year] 1904. 1905. 4 p. 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral 

resources, 1904. 1905. p. 1029, 1030.) [No 
report for 1903.] 

Same, 1905. 1906. 4 p. 

Same. (In same, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 

1097, 1098.) 
Bromus. See Brome-grass. 
Bromwell, Alice B. See, as heir, Berryman, O. H. 
Bromwell, Charles Summers. See, as in charge, 
Public Building* and Grounds Office. 



Bronaugh, Mrs. Mary E. 
Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 1223, to pen- 
sion Mrs. Bronaugh. Apr. 9, 1906. 4 p. (S. 
rp. 2441, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1942. 
Loudenslager, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 1223, to pension Mrs. 
Bronaugh. May 10, 1906. 4 j>. (H. rp. 
3987, 59th Gong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1942. 

Branson, Alfred, misprint. See Branson. 

Branson, Mrs. Bmmagene. 
Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending R~. 18494, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Bronson. Dec. 6, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 5133, 69th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2367. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18494, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bronson. Jan. 22, 1907. lp. 
(S. rp. 5257, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2367. 

Bronson, William N., misprint. See Branson. 

Broocks, Moses Lycurgus, Representative from 
Texas. See Contested elections, Houston v. 
Broocks. 

Brook-trout. See Trout. 

Brooke, Mark. War Department. Estimate 
of appropriation for payment of claims of 
William M. Black and Brooke. Dec. 18, 1905. 
8 p. (H. doc. 248, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 
46; 4986.) 

Brooke County, W. Va. Caine, T. A., and 
Tailby, G. W., jr. Soil survey of Wheeling 
area, W. Va. July 18, 1907 . 32 p. 1 il. map. 
[Prepared by the U . 8 . Soils Bureau in coopera- 
tion with the West Virginia Geological Survey.] 
' Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field opera- 
tions, 1906. 1908 [-09]. p. 167-194, 1 il. map 
in atlas.) 

Brooker, Charles Frederick. See, as member of 
board of visitors, Military Academy— Naval 
Academy. 

Brooks, Alfred Hulse. 

Administrative report [on progress of investiga- 
tions of mineral resources of Alaska in 1905]; 
Mining industry [in Alaska] in 1905. (In 
Geological Survey. Bulletin 284. 1906v p. 
1-9, map.) 

Same, with title. Investigations of mineral re- 
sources of Alaska, 1906: 1, Administrative re- 
port, 2, Mining industry. (In Geological Sur- 
vey. Bulletin 314. 1907. p. 11-39, map.) 

Same, separate. 

Circle precinct, Alaska. (In Geological Survey. 
Bulletin 314. 1907. p. 187-204.) 

Same, separate. 

Geography and geology of Alaska, summary of 
existing knowledge [with bibliography]; with 
section on Climate, by Cleveland Abbe, jr.; 
and topographic map and description thereof, 
by R. U. Goode. 1906. 327 + iii p. 6 il. 22 
pi. 12 maps, 1 in pocket, 1 tab. 4° (Geological 
Survey. Professional paper 45.) 

Same. (H. doc. 201, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In 
v. 66; 6006.) 



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Brooks, Alfred Hulse— Continued. 
Kougarok region, Alaska. (In Geological Sur- 
vey. Bulletin 314. 1907. p. 164-181, 1 U.) 
Same, separate. 

[Production of gold and silver in] Alaska [cal- 
endar year 1905]. (In Lindgren, Waldemar, 
and others. Production of gold and silver, 
1905. 1906. p. 15-22.) 

Same. (In Geological Survey. Mineral re- 
sources, 1905. 1906 [1907]. p. 127-134.) 

Railway routes [in Alaska]. (In Geological Sur- 
vey. Bulletin 284. 1906. p. 10-17, 8 pi.) 
Brooks, Alphonso. 

Oaldbbhead, W. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 4496, to increase 
pension of Brooks. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2107, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1665. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring S. 4496, to increase pension of 
Brooks. Feb. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1289, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1665. 
Brooks, Asa G. 

Buskbtt, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19100, to increase pen- 
sion of Brooks. June 25, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
4405, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2206. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 19100, to in- 
crease pension of Brooks. June 1, 1906. 2_p. 
(H. rp. 4577, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2206. 
Brooks, Franklin E., Representative from Colo- 
rado. See, for report from Committee on 
Election of President, Vice-President, and 
Representatives, Suffrage. 

Brooks, Herbert B. New potentiometer for 
measurement of electromotive force and cur- 
rent. (In Standards Bureau. Bulletin, v. 2, 
no. 2. Aug. 15, 1906. p. 225V236, il. 1 pi.) 

Same, separate. 1906. p. 225-238, il. 1 pi. 
large 8" (Reprint 33.) 

See also, as joint author, Hyde, Edward P. 
Brooks, Isaac. Court or Claims. Findings in 
case of John W. Brooks, son of Isaac Brooks. 
June 2, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 867, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. 50; 4990.) 
Brooks, Joab E. See Coop, Jennie, aad others. 
Brooks, John D. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 15455, to increase pen- 
sion of Brooks. Jan. 22, 1907.* 2 p. (S. rp. 
5195, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) [Cor- 
rected 2d print was issued.] Stat. L. y. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2357. 

Sdllowat, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 15455, to increase 
pension of Brooks. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5149, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2357. 
Brooks, John H. 

Holliday. E. S. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 2749, to increase 
pension of Brooks. Jan. 8, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 5938, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2260. 



Brooks, John H.— Continued. 
Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 2749, to increase pen- 
sion of Brooks. Dec. 10, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
4530, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2260. 

Brooks, Joseph. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 24700, to increase pen- 
sion of Brooks. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
7242, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2793. 

Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 24700, to increase 
pension of Brooks. Feb. 2, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7271, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2793. 

Brooks, Joseph. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 1887, to pension Brooks. 
Feb. 8, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 6463, 59th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2468. 

Richardson, J. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 1887, to pension 
Brooks. Apr. 12, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 3170, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2468. 

Brooks, Mrs. Martha. 
Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 14287, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Brooks. Feb. 19, 1906. 
2 p. (H. rp. 1405, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1760. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 14287, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Brooks. Mar. 19, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1844. 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1760. 

Brooks, Newton May. See, as superintendent, 
Foreign Kail Service. 

Brooks, Peter Chardon. See Abigail, sloop — 
Active, schooner, Holbrook, master— Amazon, 
ship — Amiable Matilda, brig — Ann, schooner — 
Aurora, schooner— Berkley, brig— Betsey, brig, 
Burnham, master— Betsey, brig, Griffin, mas- 
ter — Betsey, schooner, Cazneau, master— Bet- 
sey, schooner, Patterson, master— Betsey, 
schooner, Stnrgig, master— Blossom, brig — 
Catherine, schooner — Chaee, ship — Ebene- 
ser, ketch— Fame, ship — Huldah, schooner— 
Jeremiah, sohoomer— John, brig— John, ship — 
Juno, brig— Maria, schooner — Polly, brig, 
Waters, master— Polly, schooner, Cutter, mas- 
ter—Polly, sloop— Portland, ship- Resolu- 
tion, sloop — Buby, brig— Sally, schooner — 
Sally, ship — Triton, schooner — Willing Maid, 
schooner— Toung Eagle, ship. 

Brooks, William Keith. Affinities of pelagic 
• tunicates: 1, On new pyrosoma, dipleurosoma 
elliptica. 1906. p. 149-156, 2 pi. 4° (Na- 
tional Academy of Sciences. Memoirs, v. 10, 

no. 5.) 

and Cowles, R. P. Phoronis architects, its 
life history, anatomy, and breeding habits 
[with bibliography]. 1905. p. 71-148, 17 pi. 
4° (National Academy of Sciences. Mem- 
oirs, v. 10, no. 4.) 



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Brooks & Co. War Department. Letter rel- 
ative to allowance on claim of Brooks & Co. 
for lose of lighter Maria. Jan. 3, 1907. 1 p. 
(8. doc. 166, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 3; 
6070.) 

Brookville, Ohio. Geological Survey. Ohio, 
Brookville quadrangle, lat. 39° 4&M0°, long. 
84° W-84° 3C. Scale 1 : 62,500, contour 
interval 20 ft. Edition of Apr. 1907. 17.5 X 
13.5 in. 

Broome County, N. Y. Ftppin, E. O v and Car- 
ter, W. T., jr. Soil survey of Binghamton 
area [central Broome County]. 1906. 30 p. 
1 il. map. 

Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field op- 
erations, 1905. 1907. p. 71-96, 1 il. map m 
atlas.) 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, and 

others. Memorial of Brotherhood of Locomo- 
tive Engineers, Brotherhood of Locomotive 
Firemen, Order of Railway Conductors, and 
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, against 
an ti pass amendment to railroad rate bill. 
June 5, 1906. 2 p. (S. doc. 477, 59th Cong. 
1st sees. In v. 8; 4016.) 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen. See, as 
joint author, Brotherhood of locomotive Engi- 
neers, and others. 

Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. See, as 
joint author, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi- 
neers, sad others. 

Brothers, John T. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3839, to increase 
pension of Brothers. Mar. 26, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2642, 69th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1844. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 3839, to increase pension of 
Brothers. Mar. 5, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 1452, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1844. 

Brothers, schooner. Court of Claims. Conclu- 
sions of law and fact in French spoliation cases 
relating to schooner, James Vinson, master. 
Mar. 26, 1906. 3 p. (H. doc. 655, 69th Cong. 
1st seas. In v. 49; 4889.) [Corrected 2d print 
was issued.] 

Brott, Harrison. 
La. Follbttb , R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 1303, to pension Brott. 
Jan. 17, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 228, 59th Cong. 1st 
seas. In v. A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1502. 
Weisse, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring 8. 1303, to pension 
Brott. Feb. 3, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 887, 59th 
Cong. 1st sees. Inv.B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt 2, 
p. 1502. 

Brough, Charles M. 
Hollidat, E. 8. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring 8 . 6947, to increase 
pension of B rough. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7021, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, pr2441. 
Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 6947, to in- 
crease pension of Brough. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. 
(S. rp. 4725, 59th Cons. 2d sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2441. 



Broughton, John. 
Alobr, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 9828, to increase pension of 
Broughton. May 22, 1906. lp. (S.rp.3771, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2076. 

Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 9828, to increase 
pension of Broughton. May 5, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 3800, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2076. 

Brown, A. O. See Mattox, James, sad others. 

Brown, Mrs. Abby L. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 5190, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Brown. Jan. 14, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
4961, 69th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
V. 34, pt. 2, p. 2424. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 5190, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Brown. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 6946, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2424. 

Brown, Abraham S. 

Burnbam, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 920, to increase pension 
of Brown. Mar. 19, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1850, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1822. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 920, to increase 
pension of Brown. Apr. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 3036, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1822. 

Brown, Mrs. Adeline. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 25303, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Brown. Feb. 7, 1907. 2 d. 
TEL. rp. 7492, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2808. 

MoCumbbr, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring n. 25303, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Brown. Feb. 21, 1907. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 7163, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2808. 

Brown, Mrs. Agnes E. 
Carmack, E. W. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 23197, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Brown. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6408, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2558. 

McLain.F. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 23197, to increase pension of 
Mrs. Brown. Jan. 24, 1907. lp. (H. rp. 
6610, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2558. 

Brown, Ahitah. 

Hopkins, F. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 4764, to increase 
pension of Brown. Jan. 29, 1906. 2 p. (H. 

E. 620, 59th Cong, let sess. In v. A.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1576. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 4764, to increase pension of 
Brown. Feb. 20, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 1176, 
69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1576. 



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Brown, Alexander. 

Fuller, C. £. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 9450, to increase 
pension of Brown. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6274, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. C.) Stat. 
E. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2464. 
MoCumbek, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 9460, to increase pension 
of Brown. FebTo, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 6177, 
69th Cong. 2d sees. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2464. 

Brown, Alfred. Court of Claims. Findings in 
case of Jackson W. Brown, administrator of 
Alfred Brown. Feb. 4, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 
685, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 63; 6186.) 

Brown, Alfred W. President of United States. 
Executive order [authorizing reinstatement of 
Brown in classified customs service]. Dec. 11, 
1906. lp. f> 

Brown, Alice. See Wynoka, towboat. 

Brown, Alphonso. 
Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 25211, to in- 
crease pension of Brown. Feb. 2, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 7233, 69th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2805. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 25211, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
7084, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) Stat. L: 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2805. 

Brown, Artemas. President or United States. 
Executive order [authorizing appointment of 
Brown to position in Agriculture Department]. 
Mar. 15,1907. 1 p. f° 

Brown, Asail. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18110, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6893, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2617. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 18110, to increase 
pension of Brown. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7456, 69th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2617. 
Brown, Bryant. 

McCohber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18239, to increase pen- 
sion of Bitown. Stay 28, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3854, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2097. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 18239, to increase 
pension of Brown. Apr. 80, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 3691, 60th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2097. 
Brown, Chapin. See, as president of trustees, 
Beform School for Oixls of Distriot of Columbia. 

Brown, Charles D. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3598, to increase 
pension of Brown. Apr. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 3072, 59th Cong. 1st Bess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1841. 

McComber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 3598, to increase pension 
of Brown. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 2019, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1841. 



Brown, Charles S. President of United' 
States . Executive order [authorizing appoint' 
ment of Brown as inspector in Government 
Printing Office, subject to noncompetitive ex- 
amination by Civil Service Commission], Jan. 
26, 1906. 1 p. f> 

Brown, Daniel T. Report on distillation of spirits 
from nipa palm in Cagayan. (In Philippine 
Commission. 6th report, [Nov. 1904-Oct.] 
1905 [with reports of departments, bureau 
officers, 1905, etc.]. 1906. pt. 4, p. 190-195, 

ia.) 

Brown, Darius J. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 1437, to in- 
crease pension of Brown. Jan. 20, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 394, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1515. 

La Follrttb, R. M. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring H. 1437, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Feb. 7, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
788, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 84, pt. 2, p. 1516. 

Brown, Edgar. Germination, growing, handling, 
and adulteration of bluegrass seeds. (In 
Plant Industry Bureau. Bulletin 84. Nov. 
14,1905. p. 9-14.) 

and Duvel, J. W. T. Quick method for deter- 
mination of moisture in grain. Jan. 31, 1907. 
24 p. 12 il. (Plant Industry Bureau. Bul- 
letin 99.) 

and rlillman, F. H. Seed of red clover and its 
impurities. 1906. 24 p. 39 il. (Plant In- 
dustry Bureau; Agriculture Dept!., Farmers' 
bulletin 260.) 

Brown, Elisha. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on- 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 5596, to ini- 
creaee pension of Brown. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5778, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2326. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 6595, to increase pension of 
Brown. Jan. 26, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 5446, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2326. • 

Brown, Elisha. 

Hollidat, E. S. Report from Committee on . 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 19408, to in- 
i i^ii pension of Brown. May 22, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 4357, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2212. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring U. 19408, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 
4063, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2212. 

Brown, Elizabeth V. See, as director of primary 
schools, District of Columbia, Education Board. 

Brown, Elmer Ellsworth. See, as commissioner, 
Education Bureau. 

Brown, Ezra H. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee 6n 
Pensions, favoring H. 15305, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. May 7, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3409, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2014. 



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Brown, Ezra H.— Continued. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 15305, to in- 
crease pension of Brown. Apr. 16, 1906. 2p. 
(H. rp. 3259, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2014. 
Brown, Francis G. 

Chanbt, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 7655, to increase 
pension of Brown. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7909, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2721. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 7655, to increase pension 
of Brown. Feb. 11, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6686, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 
34, pt. 2, p. 2721. 
Brown, Prancis L. 

La Follettb, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 5855, to increase pension 
of Brown. FebTlO, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 1124, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1581. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 5855, to in- 
crease pension of Brown. Feb. 6, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 999, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1581. 
Brown, Qeneral M. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 2614, to pension Brown. 
Mar. 5, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 1475, 59th Cong. 1st 
sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1676. 

Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2614, to pension 
Brown. Feb. 3, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 758, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1676. 
Brown, George, alias. See Bussey, David. 
Brown, Mrs. Georgia D. 

Burkham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 3132, to 
increase pension of Mrs. Brown. Feb. 26, 
1906. 3 p. (S. rp. 1282, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1653. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3132, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Brown. Mar. 6, 1906. 3 p. 
(H. rp. 2058, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1653. 
Brown, Gideon L. See Hood, Anna, and others. 
Brown, Granville P. See Coble, B. kQ and 

others. 
Brown, Hamilton D. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 718, to in- 
crease pension of Brown. Apr. 23, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 3465, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1960. 

Patterson, T. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 718, to increase pension 
of Brown. May 8, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 3437, 

. 69th Cong. 1st seas. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 84, 
pt. 2, p. 1960. 
Brown, Harvey C. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 1421, to increase pension 
of Brown. Feb. 26, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 1286, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1643. 



Brown, Harvey C. — Continued. 
Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1421, to increase 
pension of Brown. Mar. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2017, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1643. 
Brown, Mrs. Helen S. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 12238, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Brown. May 7, 1906. 1 p. (S. 
3407, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat, 
i. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1984. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 12238, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Brown. Apr. 23, 1906. 
1 p. (H. rp. 3572, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
FO Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1984. 

Brown, Henry. 

Gudger, J. M., jr. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 9104, to in- 
crease pension of Brown. Jan. 20, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 365, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1606. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring Hl. 9104, to increase pension 
of Brown. Feb. 12, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 880, 
69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1606. 

Brown, Henry W. 
Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 15063, to increase pension of 
Brown. June 6, 1906. lp. (8. rp. 4191, 69th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
p. 2183. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on Inva- 
lid Pensions, amending H. 15063, to increase 



pension of Brown. May 19, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 4314, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2183. 

Brown, Horace E. 

Bradley, T. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 2766, to increase 
pension of Brown. Feb. 12, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 1180, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1677, 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 2766, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
1540, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1677. 

Brown, Howard. 
La Follbttb, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 12124, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Jan. 25, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5600, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2346. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring ft. 12124, to in- 
crease pension of Brown. Jan. 7, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 6861, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2346. 

Brown, Israel. See Little John Batter, brig. 

Brown, James A. M. 
Loudbnslaokr, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 2144, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Feb. 1, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
737, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1508. 



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Brown, James A. At.— Continued. 

Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending 8. 2144, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Jan. 22, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 
333, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1508. 
Brown, James Crosby. See, as commissioner, 

Assay Commission. 
Brown, James F. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 18143, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. May 15, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3594, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2060. 

Richardson, William. Report from Commit- 
tee on Pensions, amending H. 18143, to in- 
crease pension of Brown. Apr. 20, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 3387, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. F.) 
Stat. I>. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2060. 
Brown, James J. 

Algkr, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sion!, amending S. 1855, to increase pension of 
Brown. Apr. 30, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 3130, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2117. 

Edwards, D. Ci Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 1855, to increase 
pension of Brown. May 29, 1906. 2 p. (H. 

E. 4469, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. O.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2117. 
Brown, James K. See Xattox, James, and 

others. 
Brown, James M. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 13054, to increase 
pension of Brown. Dec. 7, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5241, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. 
. L. v- 34, pt. 2, p. 2349. 
Tauafbrko, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 13054, to increase pen- 
sion of Brawn, Jan. 18, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
5060, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2349. 
Brown, James N. 
Loudenblaobr, H. C. Report from Committee 
on Pensions, favoring S. 6041, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. June 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
4804, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. H.) Stat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2141. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 6041, to increase pension 



of Brown. May 28, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 3t 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p71l41. 
Brown, James Thompson. 
Macon, R. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute H. 8046, to in- 
crease pension of Brown. Mar. 29, 1906. lp. 
(H. rp. 2689, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1874. 
Overman, L. 8. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 8046, to increase pension 
of Brown. Apr. 26, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 2935, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1874. 
Brown, Jasper N. 
Hollidat, E. S. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 21425, to increase 
pension of Brown. Jan. 21, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6472, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2505. 



Brown, Jasper N.— Continued. 
Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 21425, to increase pension of 
Brown. Feb. 6, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6280, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2505. 
Brown, Jerome L. 
C hanky, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 7871, to increase 
pension of Brown. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4695, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. H.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2168. 
La Follbtte, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7871, to increase pension 
of Brown. June 22, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4368, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2168. 
Brown, Mrs. Jerusha Hay ward. 
Holltoay, E. S. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 772, to pension Mrs. 
Brown. Mar. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 1995, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. t. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1638. 
MoCumbbr, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending W substitute 8. 772, to 
pension Mrs. Brown. Feb. 27, 1906. 2p. (8. 
3. 1371, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat, 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1638. 
Brown, Jesse A. Court or Claims. Findings 
in case of Mary J. Brown, administratrix of 
Jesse A. Brown. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 
423, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 51; 6164.) 
Brown, John. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 24019, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Feb. 8, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6508, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2588. 

Campbell, P. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 24019, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Jan. 24, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
6634, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 0.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2588. 

Brown, John. 
McCumbbr, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 4689, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Mar. 5, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 
1440, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) 8tat. t. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1854. 

Wbisse, C. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 4689, to increase 
pension of Brown. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2631, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1854. 

Brown, John B. 

Fulton, C. W. Report from Committee on 
Claims, amending H. 15594, for relief of Brown. 
Jan. 31, 1907. 2 p. (8. rp. 5777, 5»th Cong. 
2d sess. Inv.C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2411. 

Henry, R. L. Report from Committee on 
Judiciary, favoring H. 15594, for relief of 
Brown. Mar. 12, 1906. 3 p. (H. rp. 2226, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2411. 

Brown, John C. 

Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 6767, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Dec. 17, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
4679, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2283. 



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Brown, John C— Continued. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring 8. 6767, to increase 
pension of Brown. Jan. 8, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 6026, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2283. 

Brown, John P. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 4887, to increase pension 
of Brown. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 4011, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2161. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 4887, to increase 
pension of Brown. May 19, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 4331, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. G.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2161. 

Brown, John L. 
Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 7378, to in- 
crease pension of Brown. Jan. 7, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 5816, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2331. 
Pass, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 7378, to increase pension of 
Brown. Jan. 25, 1905 [1907]. 1 p. (S. rp. 
5463, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2331. 

Brown, John Marshall. See, as member of 
board of managers, National Home for Dis- 
abled Volunteer Soldiers. 

Brown, John Pentland. See, as receiver, Fair 
Columbian, brig— Jason, brig. 

Brown, John R. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 1377, to increase 
pension of Brown. Apr. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 3040, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1825. 
McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 1377, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Mar. 26, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
2009, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1825. 

Brown, Latham. See Vaughan, William H., and 
others. 

Brown, Lawrence L. See Williams, B. W., and 
others. 

Brown, Mrs. Lucy. 
Oearin, J. M. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 6878, to pension Mrs. Brown. 
May 21, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 3714, 59th Cong. 
1st sess. In v. F.) Stat. L. v. 84, pt. 2, 
p. 2073. 

Keliher, J. A. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 6878, to pension 
Mrs. Brown. Apr. 30, 1906. 2_p. (H. rp. 
3656, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2073. 
Brown, Mrs. Margarette E. 

Deeher, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 3271, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Brown. May 4, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 3737, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. F.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1944. 

Scott, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending by substitute S. 3271, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Brown. Apr. 23, 1906. 
2 p. (S. rp. 2779, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
E} 8tat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1944. 



Brown, Mary B. See, as heir, Camp, Adam. 

Brown, Mrs. Mary E. 
Aiken, Wyatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 17011, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Brown. Feb. 7, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7403, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2663. 
Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 17011, to increase pension 
of Mrs. Brown. Feb. 18, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
6789, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2663. 

Brown, Mathew. Court of Claims.' Findings 
in case of Leonidas Thompson, administrator 
of Matthew [Mathew] Brown. Apr. 20, 1906. 
2 p. (S. doc. 353, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. 7; 
4915.) 

Brown, Michael J. See Williams, B. W., and 

others. 
Brown, Milton. 

Edwards, D . C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 14104, to increase 
pension of Brown. .Feb. 7, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 7474, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2611. 
Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 14104, to increase pension of 
Brown. Feb. 18, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 6796, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2611. 

Brown, Moses. See Eagle, schooner. 

Brown, Philip. See Hannah, and others. 

Brown, Philip Marshall. Guatemala. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. Apr. 1906. no. 
307, p. 54-$6.) 

Brown, Robert E. Catalogue of Philippine 
hvmenoptera, with descriptions of new spe- 
cies. (In Philippine journal of science, July, 
1906. Manila, 1906. v. 1, no. 6, p. 683-685.) 

Brown, Rolla. See Wynoka, towbeat. 

Brown, Samuel. 
Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 13813, to increase 
pension of Brown. Dec. 6,1906. 2p. (H. rp. 
5163, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. t. 
v. 84, pt. 2, p. 2350. 
Taliaferro, J. P. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 13813, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Jan. 18, 1907. 2 p. (S. rp. 
5061, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. 1. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2350. 

Brown, Samuel. See Amazon, ship — Maria, 
schooner — Buby, brig* 

Brown, Samuel J. and Susan P. Sutherland, 
George. Report from Committee on Indian 
Affairs, adverse to S. 742, for relief of Samuel 
J. and Susan F. Brown. Jan. 11, 1906. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 117, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 

Brown, Septimus. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings. Dec. 10, 1906. 1 p. (H. doc. 247, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. 49; 5158.) 

Brown, Shad rack F. Blackburn, J. C. S. Re- 
port from Committee on Military Affairs, ad- 
verse to S. 368, to correct military record of 
Brown. Jan. 25, 1906. 2 p. (8. rp. 414, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 

Brown, Stephen E. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings. Jan. 25, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 569, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 52; 5166.) 



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Brown, Takott M. 
Ames, Butler. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 24323, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Jan. 24, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 
6644, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 0.) Start, L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2592. 
McCumbeb, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pennons, amending H. 24323, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Feb. 8, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
6470, 59th Cong; 2d seas. In v. D.) Stat L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2592. 
Brown, Thaddeus C. S. 
Burkett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring. H. 17395, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. May 15, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
3606, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. F.) Stat. L. 
34, pt. 2, p. 2047. 
Chapman, P. T. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring H. 17895, to increase 
pension of Brown. Apr. 16, 1906. 1 p. (H. 

Inv.E.) Stat. 



rp. 3227, 69th Ceng. 1st i 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2047. 



Brown, Thomas 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 15683, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Apr. 16, 1906. 1 p. (ft. rp. 
2586, 59th Cong. 1st seas. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1907. 

Smith, S. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 15683, to increase , 



pension of Brown. Mar. 12, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 2209, 59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. V. 34, pt. 2, p. 1907. 



Brown, Thomas J. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 23802, to increase 
pension of Brown. Jan. 28, 1907 . 2 p. (H. 
rp. 6857, 59th Cong. 2d sens. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2775. 
Smoot, Reed. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 23802, to increase pension of 
Brown. Feb. 20, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 6996, 
59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 2775. 

Brown, Thomas J. L. Exposition at Tampa, 
Fla., statement [before Committee on Indus- 
trial Arts and Expositions, May 2, 1906, on 
H. C. R. 28, requesting President to assist ex- 
position to be held at Tampa, Fla., Jan.- 
May, 1908, to celebrate commencement of work 
on Panama Canal]. [1906.] 11 p. 

Brown, Thomas R. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings in case of Harriet C. Brown, administra- 
trix of Thomas R. Brown. Apr. 21, 1906. 2 
p. (S. doc. 381, 59th Cong. 1st sesB. In v. 7; 
4916.) 

Brown, Warren. Court of Claims. Finding. 

Feb. 4, 1907. 2 p. (H. doc. 969, 59th Cong. 

2d sees. In v. 53; 6166.) 
Brown, Washington M. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19400, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. (8. rp. 
5756, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. C.) Stat L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2568. 

Fuller, C. E. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 19400, to increase 
pension of Blown. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 5853, 59th Cong. 2d sew. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2568. 



Brown, Webster Everett, Representative from' 
Wisconsin. See, for reports from Committee 
on Indian Affairs, La Potato Reservation fg] — 
Menominee Reservation [81. For reports from 
Committee on Mines and Mining, see Geology 
and mining bureau — Hydraulic mining — 
Mines and mining — Sand— Water-supply. 

Brown, Wflllam. 

Alger, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 15701, to increase pension of 
Brown. Apr. 16, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 2639, 
69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1907. 

Bennett, J. B. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 15701, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Mar. 15, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 

231S, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D7) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1907. 

Brown, William A, 

S A M UE L, E . W . Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending H. 20107, to increase pension 
' of Brown. Jan. 24, 1907. lp. (H. rp. 6666, 
59th Con*. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, 



pt. 2, p. 



Scott, N. B. Report from Oomaoietee on Pen-: 
sions, favoring H. 20107, to increase pension of 
Brown. Feb. 7, 1907. lp. (S. rp. 6370, 59th 
Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, 
' p. 2574. 

Brown, William C, and others. Esoh, J. J. Re- 
port from Committee on Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce, amending H. 20451, to authorize 
construction of bridge across Wabash River, 
[near Mount CarmeT, 111., by Brown and 
Others]. June 28, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 5069, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 3; 4808.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 1, p. 820. 

Brown, William H. 
Burxett, E. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 7760, to increase pension 
of Brown. Apr. 9, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 2467, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p7l786. ' 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on: 
. Invalid Pensions, amending H. 7760, to in- 
crease pension of Brown. Mar. 20, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 2465, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1786. 

Brown, William H. 

Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring S. 1536, to increase pension 
of Brown. Jan. 30, 1906. 1 p. (8. rp. 572, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) Stat L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1548. 

Sulloway, C; A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring 8. 1636, to increase 
pension of Brown. Feb. 14, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 1274, 59th Cong. 1st sesa. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt 2, p. 1548. 

Brown, William H. Court op Claims. Find- 
ings. Dec. 6, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 173, 69th 
Cong. 2d seas. In v. 48; 6161.) 

Brown, William H. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 25108, to in- . 
crease pension of Brown. Feb. 7; 1907. 1 p. ' 
(H. rp. 7416, 69|b Cong. 2d mm. In v. IT.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2803. 



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Brown, William H.— Continued. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 25108, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Feb. 21, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
7074, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2803. 

Brown, Wiaiam H. 
Holliday, E. 8. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 7478, to increase 
pension of Brown. Feb. 19, 1907. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 7874, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. E.) Stat. 
L. v, 34, pt. 2, p. 2713. 
McCumbee, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 7478, to increase pen- 
sion of Brown. Feb. 11, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 
«578, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2713. 

Brown, William R. Court of Claims. Find- 
ings in case of Henry J. Brown, administrator 
of Elmyra Brown, and Henry J. Brown, Sarah 
■ Bushnell, Rosa Brown, Meeker Brown, Jennie 
May Brown, Elmyra Jones, William, Bertha, 
May, and Esther Brown, heirs of William R. 
Brown. Feb. 7, 1907. 3 p. (8. doc. 292, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 5; 6072.) 

Brown, William Wallace. See Auditor for Navy 
Department. 

Brown, Bar bou r & Q ladden. Court of Claims. 
- Findings in case of D. A. [B.] Barbour and 

Andrew P. Gladden [doing business under 

firm, name of Brown, Barbour & Gladden]. 

Feb. 27, 1907. 4 p. (S. doc. 354, 59th Cong. 

2d sess. In v. 6; 6073.) 
Brown coal. See Lignite. 
Brown County, Kana. Burgess, J. L., Tharp, 

W. E., and Lyman, W. S. Soil survey of 

county. 1900. 20 p. 1 il. map. 
Same. (In Soils Bureau. Field 

operations, 1905. 1907. p. 911-926, 1 il. map 

in atlas.) 

Brown, Port. Hydbographic Office. Port 
Brown. Scale naut. m. = 3.96 in. 7.7 X 7 
in. (On Hydrographic Office. Baker Inlet; 
chart 2051. July, 1905.) 

Brown-tail moths. 1 
Agriculture Department. Regulation 1; 
Regulation permitting entry, under certain 
conditions, from Europe into United States of 
parasites of gypsy mom, parasites of brown tail 
moth, parasitized gypsy moths, and parasitized 
brown tail moths. Nov. 21, 1905. 1 p. 
Howard, L. O. Brown-tail moth and how to 
control it. 1906. 22 p. 10 il. (Entomology 
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■ Gypsy and brown tail moths and then- 
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— — Same, separate. [1906.] iii + 123-138 p. 
8 il. 2 pi. (Entomology Bureau.) 
Browne, Charles Albert, jr. Special analytical 
methods of sugar analysis. (In Chemistry 
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and Haliigan, J. B. Report on sugar [1906]. 
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Browne, Edward I. See, as administrator, 
Portl aid, ship— Buby, brig. 



Browne, John. 
Buunham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 11100, to increase pen- 
sion of Browne. June 5, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 
4074, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. G.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2174. 

Sulloway, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 11100, to in- 
crease pension of Browne. May 22, 1906. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 4379, 59th Cone. 1st sess. In v. G.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2174. 

Browne, Nina Eliza. See, as editor, American 
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Browned, Carl De Wolf. Report on cases of 
measles treated at naval station, Guantanamo, 
Cuba. (In Medicine and Surgery Bureau. 
Report, 1905. 1905. p. 172, 173.) 

Brownlow, Walter Preston, Representative from 
Tennessee. See, as member of board of man- 
agers, National Home for Disabled Volunteer 
Soldiers. 

Brownson, Willard Herbert. See, as superin- 
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Brownsville, Pa. Geological Survey, Penn- 
sylvania, Brownsville quadrangle, lat. 40°-4O° 
15', long. 79° 45'-80°. Scale 1:62,500, con- 
tour interval 20 ft. Edition of Nov. 1906. 
17.5 X 13.5 in. 

Brownsville, Tex. 
Constitution League of Unitbd States. Pre- 
liminary report of commission of league on 
affray at Brownsville, Aug. 13 and 14, 1906, 
and discharging of 3d 1 1st] Battalion, 25th 
Infantry, at Fort Reno, Okla., Nov. 1906. 1906. 
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3; 6070.) 

Inspector-General's Department. Affray at 
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A. Lovering, acting inspector-general, and 
Ernest A. Garlington, inapector-general, United 
States Army. (In War Dept. Report of Sec- 
retary, 1906. [1906.] p. 249-360, fl.) 

Same. (In War Dept. Reports, 1906. 

1906 [1907]. v. 1, p. 266-364, il.) 

■ Same, with slight additions. (In War 

Dept. Discharge of enlisted men of 25th In- 
fantry, Brownsville affray, Aug. 18 and 14, 
1906. 1906. p. 42-72, 92-167, 8.) 

Same. Dec. 19, 1906. (In S. doc. 155 

[pt. 1), p. 60-90, 110-185, il., 59th Cong. 2d 
sess., in v. 11; 6078.) 

Same, with appendixes and without special 

orders. (In President of United States. Re- 
ply to Senate resolution concerning discharge 
of 3 companies of 25th Infantry. T1906.] p. 
1-112, il.) 

Same. Dec. 19, 1906. (In 8. doc. 155 

[pt. 1], p. 421-645, a., 69th Cong. 2d sees., in 
v. 11; 6078.) 

Military Affairs Committee, Senate. Affray 
at Brownsville, hearings [Feb. 4-June 14, 19071 
concerning affray at Brownsville, Aug. 13 and 
14, 1906. 1907. 3 v. 3269 + fxvii] p. 4 fl. 



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Brownsville, Tex. — Continued. - 

Miutajby Secbbtary's Department. [Circular] 
to recruiting officers [relative to applications 
for reenlistment from former members of com- 
panies B, C, and D, 25th Infantry]. Dec. 12, 
1006. lp. 12» 

President op United States. Message trans- 
mitting letter from Secretary of War containing 
additional testimony in Brownsville case. 
Jan. 14, 1907. xix + 203 p. 9 pi. 2 maps. (S. 
doc. 155, pt. 2, 59th Cong, 2d sees. In v. 11; 
8078.) 

Reply to Senate resolution concerning dis- 
charge of 3 companies of 25th Infamtry (with 
reports of inspectors-general]. 11906.] xi + 
125 p. 2il. 

Same, with re porta of Secretary of. War and 

inspector-general, etc., and with title, Message 
transmitting report from Secretary of War with 
documents and memoranda as to precedents 
for summary discharge or mustering out of 
regiments or companies. Dec. 19, 1906. 545 
p. 4 il. (S. doc. 155 [pt. 1], 59th Cong. 2d sees, 
fn v. 11; 5078.) 

Texas, Department of. Affray at Browns- 
ville, Aug. 13 and 14, 1906, proceedings [Feb. 
4-Mar. 23, 1907] of general court-martial con- 
vened at headquarters, San Antonio, Tex., in 
case of Charles W. Penrose. 1907. 1252 p. 

War Department. Additional testimony and 
exhibits in Brownsville case. 1907. 18 p. 

Discharge of enlisted men of 25th Infantry, 

Brownsville affray, Aug. 13 and 14, 1906. 1906. 
viii + 401 p. 2 il. 

Same. Dec. 19, 1906. (In S. doc. 155 

[pt. 1], p. 11-419, 2 il., 69th Cong. 2d sess., in 
v. 11; 6078.) 
Brownsville Borough, Fayette County, Pa. 

Beret, J. H. Report from Committee on Com- 
merce, favoring S. 8561, to amend act to 
authorize Fayette Bridge Company to con- 
struct bridge over Monongahela River, Pa., 
from borough of Brownsville, Fayette County, 
to borough of West Brownsville, Washington 
County (so as to extend time]. Feb. 27, 1907. 
1 p. (S. rp. 7296, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 2; 
6061.) 

Wanger, I. P. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce, amending 
H. 9324, to authorize Fayette Bridge Company 
to construct bridge over Monongahela Rrver, 
Pa., from borough of Brownsville, Fayette 
County, to borough of West Brownsville, Wash- 
ington County. Mar. 13, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
2278, 59£h Cong. 1st sess. In v. 1; 4906.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 128. 

Report from Committee on Interstate and 

Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 25769, to 
amend act to authorize Fayette Bridge Com- 
pany to construct bridge over Monongahela 
River, Pa., from borough of Brownsville, 
Fayette County, to borough of West Browns- 
ville, Washington County [so as to extend 
time]. Feb. 26, 1907. 1 p. (H. rp. 8094, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In -v. 2; 5098.) Stat. L. 
v. 84, pt. 1, p. 1236. 
Broy, James E. See, as trustee, Rappahannock 
County. 



Bruce, David. 

Lindsay, G. H. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 10724, to increase 



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pension of Bruce. Feb. 20, 1906. 2 p. (H 

E. 1548, 59th Cong, le ~ ~ 

v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1700. 
Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 10724, to increase pen- 
sion of Bruce. Mar. 12, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
1717, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1700. 
Bruce, James T. See Vaughan, William H,, and 

others. 
Bruce, Theodore T. 
Deemjjr, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 16002, to pen- 
sion Bruce. Dec. 10, 1906. 2 p. (H. rp. 
5352, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2369. 

•Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 16002, to pension Bruce. 
Jan. 22, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp. 6188, 69th Cong. 
2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, pv ■ 
2359. 

Bruce, Winfield S. 

Bennett, J. B. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 14920, to increase pen- 
sion of Bruce. Mar. 15, 1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 
2312, 69th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1810. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 14920, to increase pension of 
Bruce. Apr. 9, 1906. I p. (8. rp. 2431, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. X. v. 84, pt. 
2, p. 1810. 

Binder, John JVt. 

Dixon, Lincoln. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring H. 21906, to in- 
crease pension of Bruder. Jan. 7, 1907. 2 p. 
(H. rp. 5708, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2523. 

La Follette, R. M. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 21906, to increase pen- 
sion of Bruder. Jan. 31, 1907. 1 p. (S. rp- 
5863, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. 0.) Stat L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2523. 

BruM Indians, Lower. See Lower Brutt Reser- 
vation— Rosebud Reservation. 

Brule Indians, Upper. See Rosebud Resetva- 
tiea. 

Brule Reservation, Lower. See Lower Brule 
Reservation. 

Brumley, David. See McDonald, John M., and 
, others. 

Brumm, Charles. 

Debmer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 16813, to in- 
crease pension of Brumm. Dec. 19, 1906. 2. 

§. (H. rp. 5606, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) 
tat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2488. 

Scorr, N. B. Report from Committee on Pen- 
. s ions, favoring H. 16813, to increase pension of 
Brumm. Jan. 30, 1907. 2 p. <S. rp. 6677, 
59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
, pt. 2, p. 2488. 



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Brummett, Qeorge W. 

Alobr, R. A. Report from Committee on Pen- 
nons, favoring H 7576, to increase pension of 
Brummett. Feb. 13, 1906. 1 p. 03. rp. 921, 
59th Cong. 1st sees. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 

34, pt. 2, p. 1591. 

Edwards, D. C. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 7576, to in- 
crease pension of Brummett. Jan. 20, 19C6. 
1 p. (H. rp. 363, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1591. 
Brundege, Nehemiah M. 

Deemer, Elias. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 4785, to increase 
pension of Brundege. Apr. 10, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 3099, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1855. 

Overman, L. S. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 4785, to increase pen- 
sion of Brundege. Mar. 20, 1906. 2 p. (S. 
rp. 1930, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1855. 
Brundidge, Stephen, jr., Representative from 
Arkansas. See, for views of minority of Com- 
mittee on Appropriations, Fortifications. 
Brunell, Joseph, sr. 

Holliday, E. S. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 2871, to increase 
pension of Brunell. Feb. 14, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 1288, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1555. 

McCumber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending by substitute S. 2871, to 
increase pension oi Brunell. Jan. 29, 1906. 
1 p. (S. rp. 417, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 
A.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1555. 
Bruner, Qeorge. 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, favoring H. 6226, to increase pension of 
Bruner. Feb. 20, 1906. 1 p. (S. rp. 1170, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. L. v. 34, 
pt. 2, p. 1584. 

Smith, 8. W. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 6226, to increase 
pension of Bruner. Feb. 6, 1906. 1 p. (H. 
rp. 934, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. B.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 1584. 
Brunei-, Gottfried, alias. See Spiteer, Gottlieb*. 
Bruner, Lawrence. 

Grasshopper conditions in Nebraska, northeast- 
ern Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and western 
Kansas during summer of 1904. (In Ento- 
mology Bhreau. Bulletin 54. 1905. p. 60- 
64.) 

Synoptic ltBt of Paraguayan acridldse for locusts], 
with descriptions of new forms. (In National 
Museum. Proceedings. 1906. v. 30, p. 413* 
694, 3 pi. no. 1461.) 
Same, separate. 
Brunfies, Bernhard. Action of horizontal air 
current upon vertical whirlwind . ( In Monthly 
weather review, Apr. 1907 . June 24 , 1907 . v . 

35, p. 168.). [Translated from Comptee renduB 
of Academy of Sciences, Apr. 29^ 1907, v. 144.] 

Bmnot, Hilary S. 
France, railroad rates and rebates. (In Monthly 
cons, and trade rp. Feb. 1906. no 305, p. 
99-104.) 

Good roads fin France]. (In Monthly cons, and 
trade rp. May, 1906. no. 308, p. 86, 87.) 



Brunot, Hilary S. — Continued. 
Republic of France, industrial activity. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 
320, p. 3-5.) 
St. Etienne [1905]. (In Commercial relations, 

1905. 1906. p. 415,416.) 

Same [1906]. (In same, 1906. 1907 [1908]. p. 
527, 528.) 

Silk products [in] France. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. May, 1907. no. 320, p. 143-145. ) 

Walnut industry in France. (In Monthly cons, 
and trade rp. Jan. 1907. no. 316, p. 203-205.) 
Bruns, Christopher. Court or Claims. Find- 
ings. Apr. 27, 1906. 2 p. (8. doc. 409, 59th 
Cong. 1st sess. In v. 7; 4816.) 
Branson, Mrs. Susan M. 

Aiken, Wyatt. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending H. 19715, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Branson. Dec. 13, 1906. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 5439, 69th Cong. 2d sees. In v. A.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2377. 

Burn hah, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 19716, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Branson. Jan. 23, 1907. 1 p. 
(S. rp. 5284, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. B.) 
Stat.X. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2377. 
Branson, William N. 

Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, favoring S. 7822, to increase 

rmsion of Branson [Branson]. Feb. 19, 1907. 
p. (H. rp. 7932, 59th Cong. 2d seas. In v. 
E0 [Report and bill road, by a misprint, 
William N. Branson.] 
Congress. Act [S. 8622] granting increase of 
pension to Branson. Approved Mar. 2, 1907. 
(In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2818.) 

Senate concurrent resolution [63] that 

President be requested to return S. 7822, to in- 
crease pension of Branson [Branson]. Passed 
Mar. 2, 1907. (In Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 
2840.) 

Piles, S. H. Report from Committee on Pen- 
sions, amending S. 7822, to increase pension of 
Branson [Branson]. Jan. 28, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 5611. 69th Cong. 2d Bess. In v. B.) [Re- 

gwt and bill read, by a misprint, William N. 
ronson.] 

President op Unwed States. Message return- 
ing S. 7822, granting increase of pension to 
Branson [Branson]. Mar. 2, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
doc. 389, 59th Cong. 2d sees. In v. 6; 5073.) 
Brunswick, Ga. 
Adamson, W. C. Report from Committee on 
' Interstate and Foreign Commerce, favoring H. 
13937, granting increase for light-ship to be 
placed on outer bar of Brunswick. Feb. 21, 

1906. 1 p. (H. rp. 1560, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
In v. 1; 4906.) 

Coast and Geodetic Survey. St. Simon 
Sound, Brunswick Harbor, and Turtle River, 
Ga.; chart 447. Scale 1:40,000. Jan. 1907, 
first published 1860. 18.8 X 29.2 in. 

Commerce and Labor Department. , Estimate 
of increased appropriation for Brunswick light 
vessel. Feb. 2, 1906. 2 p. (H. doc. 466, 
59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. 47; 498?.) 

Engineer Department. Reports of examina- 
tion and survey of harbor. Jan. 22, 1908. 26 

f: 2 maps. (H. doc. 407, 59th Cong. 1st sess. 
nv. 47; 4887.) 



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Brunswick, Ga.— Continued. 
Williams, J. S. Report from Committee on 
Ways and Means, favoring H. 21197; to amend 
act to amend statutes in relation to immediate 
transportation of dutiable goods by extending 

Provisions of 1st section to Brunswick. Jan. 
6,1907. lp. (H.rp. 6407, 69th Cong. 2d seas. 
In v.l; 6064.) Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, p. 880. 
Brusie, Mrs. Eliza. 
Bvrnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, amending S. 6139, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Brusie. Jan. 14, 1907. 2 p. (8. 
rp. 4993, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. A.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2427. 
Sulloway.C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, favoring S. 6139, to increase 
pension of Mrs. Brusie. Jan. 30, 1907. 1 p. 
(H. rp. 6960, 69th Cong. 2d sess. In v. D.) 
Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2427. 
Brussels, Belgium. Roosevelt, G. W. Busi- 
ness at Brussels. (In Monthly cons, and trade 
rp. Feb. 1907. no. 317, p. 94, 95.) 
See also Pawnshops. 
Bryan, Charles Page. 
Cotton. (In Monthly cons, and trade rp. Mar. 

1906. no. 306, p. 197, 198.) 
Portuguese efforts [to foster production of cotton 
in colonies; transmitted by Bryan]. (In 
Monthly cons, and trade rp. July, 1906. no. 
310, p. 144, 146.) [Translation from Diario 
de noticias.] 
See also Portugal. 
Bryan, Clara E. See Walker, T. Alonzo, and 

Todd, A. C, and others. 
Bryan, John A. 
Chaney, J. C. Report from Committee on In- 
valid Pensions, amending H. 16335, to increase 
pension of Bryan. Mar. 24, 1906. 2 p. (H. 
rp. 2568, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. D.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2025. 
McC umber, P. J. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 16335, to increase pen- 
sion of Bryan. Apr. 28, 1906. 2 p. (S. rp. 
3091, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. E.) Stat. L. 
v. 34, pt. 2, p 2025. 
Bryan, Sarah C. Patterson, J. O. Report 
from Committee on War Claims, submitting 
H. R. 187, to refer H. 9559, for relief of Sarah 
C. Bryan, to Court of Claims. Jan. 24, 1906. 
lp. (H.rp. 537, 59th Cong. 1st sess. In v. A.) 
Bryant, Mrs. Abby J. 
Burnham, H. E. Report from Committee on 
Pensions, favoring H. 15353, to increase pen- 
sion of Mrs. Bryant. Feb. 5, 1907. 1 p. (S. 
rp. 6112, 59th Cong. 2d sess. In v. C.) Stat. 
L. v. 34, pt. 2, p. 2474. 
Sullowat, C. A. Report from Committee on 
Invalid Pensions, amending H. 15353, to in- 
crease pension of Mrs. Bryant. Jan